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barometric pressure The tornadoes which arise at other sea- Â¬ sons move off to the Atlantic seaboard in the southeast for a like reason I have spoken of the air which goesÂ¬ from the tornado I say that the tornado is nothing more or less than a solid column ot compressed air with three powerful motions namely A terrible whirl or revolution on its own axis which in the main is perpendicu- Â¬ lar to the plane of its flight an upward screw like motion and the motion of flight or translation These motions arc named in the order of their velocities It is hard to estimate the velocity of this whirl it can only be a matter of con- Â¬ jecture It mustbe many thousands a minute The upward spiral motion is not near so rapid but vastly greater over which it passes The configura- Â¬ tion of the land governs this motion en- Â¬ tirely retards or accelerates it while the tornado hugs the ground and often Â¬ times witches it off completely into the upper air In this manner the rate of progression can vary from ten to one hundred miles an hour This motion is thus erratic in its character I know ol one instanco where the tornado retraced itd course for a mile or more and then shot off at a right angle to its orig-Â¬ inal direction Now a few Avords as to the charactei of the funnel shaped cloud This is onlj tho manifestation of the crater of the solid destructive agent below I have said that the tornado is a solid column of compressed air whirling with fright- Â¬ ful velocity Some idea may be obtained of its solidity when it is remembered or understood that several cubic miles ol air under ordinary pressure are forced into a cylinder the size of Washingtons monument It is as solid as stone Air ly compression gives oft its acquired and latent heat The heat situated in the column of the tornado produces twe distinct effects It converts the moisture wrung from the atmospheric column intc steam and throws oil vast quantities oJ heat this in conjunction with the electrical phenomena developed by friction has led many to suppose that the tornado was caused by electricity whereas electricity is only the effect When the pres- Â¬ sure is removed and the air in the col Â¬ umn is allowed to expand what hap- Â¬ pens Each molecule of air is hungrj for its normal quantity of latent heat and on being released from pressure at once attacks its uncompressed neigh- Â¬ bor steals away and locks within itself part of its neighbors heat Refrigeration aud condensation at once take place and the funnel shaped cloud is developed as the core in the crater of the torniulo and violent rain md hail storms are bred In one sense the funnel shaped cloud does not pre sage the storm The tornado is in active operation before the funnel shaped cloud is manifest This cloud is harmless and is only the evidence of the unseen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NUMBER 47 PITH AND POINT TKov om maVtni- - rh st WHAT SHE IS NOW Utr iijtlrls lorely brown that turns To eold when the sunsuinc on it lies AndlrHiReil with lo hes of ilarker iiue eyo aer A m wave jterrtH IQ reu xeKiiee iia- - Andgotten iirown areteethradiant her smile the nillk white that HwtUKt BWstt stilU fleyo Perry Otsclose md Kmtr 1H latter ie ea btin witsa wopaper of asy kA THE HE BALD Are Ute pearls enshrined in the heart ol r03e ml horfOfg to WaHtra Aa fair as the now are her helpful hands RMlnt Atf am -- Tertteers cd reach isore people ey And her low broad brow and her Blender throat aa adrertSfioseBt 1b Its celamBS tfeua by any And she flito about vth a fairy grace ntfeec ease Try it aad be eoavlnceS AnlherYoSce Is sweet aa a wild birds ITnnwtnTi Evjirt WeDSESDAT Mokniw note--A- ye sweeter youd say U yoa heard her speak In the cheeriest way to the weary and weak E4lHr mw To the weary and weak for her life Is ecBSCRrrnov bates passed Year Copy 65 KJt Vnathft 1r scenes the saddest that one could find y And the many prayers that are prayed for Aliniys i JtfraiMt -WrXoibP-jptJon will be entered Uqn her Are breathed by the maimed and the halt itr iKKJics ualees accompanied tey tbe aoney - will be receivedlor s awl so fttfefccriptieaad blind Some daynp in Heaven a saint she will be teas iir 34 oaths XCov only a hospital nurse Is she AIERTIEISG XATES Margaret Egtingc in Ilarpers Wahly raatet ad verateements inserted at 9tr-Bt6 per iaca first insertion ax4 r lre f4ire cents ror eaca aof equent laser THE FAMILY FRIEND smencr COOPER -- It--s- -- t tBTBMes kaowa oa afJicit3s b ktrrer advertiReiBeHtejgtaiit- - la m THE TOENALX Jl KNCKR COOPEH HazaiGreea-rjr- Its Nature and Freaks Explained by One Who Knows 1 Sate been making tbe Western tor rthHhG2dUorv6 ries witrnthe contour of the country KOFCIOtiAL njulo a subject of special study during the past ten years and have been led to ATTORNEY AT LAW tlie following conclusions as to the na- Â¬ ture of the meteor leaving out of the HAZEL GEEEN EY pre ent discussion the manner of its Win practice in Wolfe and adjoining- cou generation I present these convic- Â¬ ties Collections will receive prompt attea tions They are not creations of acci- Â¬ Hos dent springing up haphazard no one PATTERSON HAZELRIGG knows how or where but thev are gov erned by law The grand cause of their inception course and motion is the ATTORNEYS AT LAW law of gravity And the trifling dust whirl we tee on our prairies and in our roads during a summer afternoon is MT STERLING KY governed by exactly the same law as im- Â¬ pels lie frightful tornado Since my SAMUEL McKEE attention has been turned to the subject AT LAW I lmve noticed hundreds of those toy tornadoes and have enlisted my friends VJefferson street in the observation during thistime I have never seen or heard of one revolv Â¬ HTTractlces in all the State Courts ao pedal aueatioa jiveu to business of all ing with the hands of a clock or in this kind la fee United States Courts fashion l J 3L KASH People of Different Ages Have Kept Warm Stove is derived from the Saxou stofa One of these sources of domestic infe Â¬ licity however modified its form is merely a fire place inclosed on all sides the air entering from below aud carried oft as in a common grate by a vent The general principle i3 first to employ the fuel in the most advantageous manÂ¬ ner for heating the external part of the Stove and secondly to keep within the room as much of the air so warmed as is consistent with wholesomeness and cleanliness A fixed stove stuba was used in tho time of the Roman Empire for heating baths and in Germany and Seandanavia for baths and hot houses In the mid- Â¬ dle ages they were generally construct- Â¬ ed of brick or tiles sometimes of slate and used for or steatite fsoapstono - Tiw wore huso Tttrrrnlwarming rstructures sometimes occupying the whole side of a room and in Scandi Â¬ navia their broad flat surface was the The sleeping place of the household fire was kindled at the bottom and the heat and smoke passed through various flues before reaching the chimney These stoves were economical ofafuel a matter of much importance in some parts of Europe In the homes of the rich they were sometimes faced with porcelain or highly ornamented tiles Many will remember no doubt a por- Â¬ celain stove of this description exhibited in the Swedish department at the Cen Â¬ tennial Exposition in 1876 They have ovens and flues for cooking and need to be replenished with fuel but once in ATTORNEY I rNil 7 A FORTERXACY ATTORNEY AT LAW TOTJltY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER -- F DEPOSITIONS H- a- Gkek Kr J 2 QCIMi QCTLLIN REAL ETAT AGENTS Camptox Kv Titles eraBained taxes paid for non rest 4nts Gollect3oBs a specialty Beal estate jupht and sold on commission Will prao tico in Wolfe and adjoining- counties - ATTORNEYS AT LAW f AND LYKINS J a LrKTKS On the contrary their motion has in- Â¬ variably been the other way or contrary to the motion of the lmndsof a clock as in this manner -- DR E B GARDNER PHYSICIAN AND 6CRGE0R KrM Hazel Gkeek - There is a veiy-- simple reason for this motion m fact the whole mechanism of the tornado is of the simplest charac- Â¬ OiTersais services to the people of Volfeani adjoiaing- couuties DR J M KASH AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON Hazel Greek Kr Tenders tois professioaal services to the itl oens of Wolfe and adjoining- counties Office at residence on Broad war J B TATJIBEES M D HAZEL GREEN KY SUMEflH AND ACCOUCHEUR TnTHHAI Tenderers professional services t n the peo ple of WoLfe and adjoining counties Oic atresidence on Hazel Green Heirhts M HOTELS t- DAY HOUSE - HAZEL GREEN KV SEY Proprietor PatroBage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling public ITirstrclafi accommodations tna Batisfaotiou guaranteed I XtRArT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H P1ERAJT Proprietor t9 ike table is supplied with the aestia tho market aad Srpt cTass aucommodattoa trill be furnished for man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTr KY JAMES H COLE Proprietor - Patroaae of the traveling- public is ra tpeotfully solicited Table always supplec with xbe best in the ajariet Stable attacked AbHLANO HOUSE XEAB PCS7 0FFICE r LEXCfGTON KENTTJCKat hist cuss I mm umluz SOXS E BftSWELL Prepriet i CAMP TON HOUSE CiiMPIOIv KY AlEX i ASBURY Prefer The ttblft i supplied wxtt taerfaoicestav tads in tbe atarket and the chart are re oaable SpecladuceniettCtE nierca lourisU Insure Your Property1 XS THE OLD KETJABUt Mi Mm TUX TESTIS ftAa GaiOT ly Kf or HARTroen c- o- Watch Deal Is Reliable Inde Caeap XBtf iraaes Tim Tri4d and Fir ftCAttTAl - Tsstd CEXATSSft BWfcM k g MJOXDom Afamr The path of tho tornado proper is very narrow and no work of man above ground has been found able to with stand the force of that whirling meteoric club within its narrow limits The great bulk of the damage along its track is caused by the inrush of air to the terrible vortex and strange as it may appearmostof this damage is caused b explosion It is Natures effort to restore and preserve the atmospheric With this rushing col cession of cloudy days Xow why the I equilibrium whirling motion contrary to the move- Â¬ umn there goes a vaecuni moving toward with commensurate velocity ments of the hands of a watch Prof AV M Davis of Harvard College this vacuum all the air in the neighbor- Â¬ hood moves If it be confined in a in his monograph on Whirlwinds The safety house the house explodes Cyclones and Tornadoes says It is found however that all of buildings near the track of the torstorms jet studied turn from right to nado is to nave all the windows and left in the Xorthern hemisphere and doors away from the approaching from left to right in the Southern storm open There are many phenomena that can Such constancy points to something more regular than the accidental only be explained by this rush of air to strength of the winds to some cause the moving vacuum and which are There is no that hall always turn the indrafts to otherwise inexplicable the right of the center as they run in fact better attested than the one of toward it in the Northern Hemisphere chickens and other fowls being plucked and to the left in the Southern Hemis- Â¬ clean of feathers during the passagjo of The reason is perfectly phere and this cause is found in the a tornado rotation of the earth on its axis simple and obvious The quill of each There is a force arising from the feather contains air This air in its earths rotation that tends to re- Â¬ movement to the vacuum carries the flect idl motions in the Northern Hem- Â¬ feather with it While some of the isphere to the right and this reflect freaks and works of tornadoes are of the Ingiorce varies with the latitude be Â¬ most fantastic nature I have seen and ing nothing at the equator and great- Â¬ heard of none that can notbeexplaiued on the theory of the solidity of the moving est at the poles There is a simpler reason and more column and the action of the law of gravity with the added element of elec- Â¬ tropical in its character It is this Bear in mind the tornado comes into tricity caused by friction Daniel Ber- Â¬ being only after midday and further ry in St Louis Republican only after a succession of still clear days these conditions induce the fol- Â¬ AN AWFUL CALAMITY lowing atmospheric status in the North- Â¬ ern Hemisphere lpletis Old Negro Be in oa us the Loss A The air to the south and east of the ot His Better Half point of cyclonic disturbance has been An old negro with an air of utter de-Â¬ more Influenced by the suns heat than any point to the north and west of it jection sat on a bench in front of a rarilication has ensued vast columns cabin Some one seeing that he must of air have been thus lifted and corre be miserable stopped and said spondingly areas of low barometric You do not seem to be enjoying pressure as compared with those yourself old man north and west have been es Â¬ De time fur my joy No hone tablished But the suns influence to ment is dan ober the south has been of several days dura Â¬ What is the matter tion so much so as to warrant the con Wife dun dead honey elusion that this area of low pressure in I am very sorry to fiear that and 1 this direction is a constant factor the assure you that you have my sympa- Â¬ adventitious factor is the area of low thy pressure eastward caused bv the suns Thankee sah heat during the morning Now thea A man loses a good friend when his j the first impulse of the air which goes wife dies to form the tornado will be toward the Dat he do honey dat he do I has south in the direction of the longest foun dat out ter my sor let me tell continuing area of low pressure and yer an now my good days is all for the same reason its next impulse will gone be toward the east giving the resultant What was the matter with your motion as shown in this lijrure I dunuo honey She tuck sick one It nigm an sue uieu ue naoct ebenin wuz er awful blow on me fur dat om an wuz earnin fifteen dollars ebery munf It wuz awful hard fur ter de jes arter de white folks had raised lit wages Peared like long ez she wucked furtwelve dollars er munf she ken her holt but de fifteen dollars peared like Yas sah she wus too much fur her TThen the whirl is once established wuz snatched off at de berry time whjn the tornado moves toward the point of she wuz de most use ter me I doau least resistance know whuts goin ter come o me Ill afterd- in this section during the cyclonic liab ter go ter wuck Traveler period from the 1st of Juno to the Â¬ -- the key to its solution All its actions conform to this law Leaving aside the discussion of its initial formation at this time I say The tor- Â¬ nado springs out of a circumscribed area of high barometric pressure and moves forward in the line of least resistance or toward areas of low pressure It never takes form and motion until past mid Â¬ day It is never generated in the night time It is never brought into action during a cloudy day or soon after a suc- Â¬ ter when the law of gravit- - is applied as wonder working destructive meteor low it be- Â¬ Ie kinsato collars so high hat before loss yon Mr W Montagu Kerr a New Yorker men will have to stand on tip tees to s xrapic anda membei of the Stock Exchange any thing at all A salary is hence Â¬ The base ball mans went to SouthAfricanearly two years is an English Â¬ forth to be not overS2000 We fear ago for his health He ouly men witk common school educa man less than thirty years of age beÂ¬ tions can be obtained for this anse came a member of the Stock Exchange Boston ISt here v aww a According to a cesposJleHlfe I think thats 2 replied Mrs Spoop in 1882 isfindlover of huntingtheand ex-Â¬ gama Princess Louise of England writes very great sport in May be its a 4 I pected to endyke dubiously This is encouraging We achieve- well can tell by adding it up regions of South Africa His an Whatareyou going to add up Dya ments however have been rather those she reads too After a while count in this corner lot and that rose Â¬ of an explorer than of a sportsman Ho expect to find Princesses almost ae well Chicago litter educated aa other people bush and this pair of suspenders Dve lnvs made an extensive trip northward to Ocean add them in Thats a 7 and thats a 5 and the last Central Africa during which he jovir The United States has erly three is an 8- - They come out all right and neyed among tribes notorious for their times as many doctors as England and during the fast month ou have spent power and fierceness who have seldom nearly four times as many a France vs Does more than I and the joint account to-Â¬ been visited by white men He employed proportion to the population a lot of blacks as porters and attendants tins redundaneyof doctors mtheUMfe gether Havent either When did I spend and first made his way north to Mata ed States accouatforthe small projec Â¬ beleland which is inhabited bv Zulus tion of the population this broken down gunboat Boston Trar That aint a boat Its 42 for your who left their country in a body many scripl- years ago drove the inhabitants out of suit At a social gathering on Austin Matabeleland and have since been the avenue Hostetter McGinnis who is a ofl cK venrmi -- u terror of the surrounding tribes Within great wag said to Miss Essaereld when did I spend him y -fee years a few Roman Cath- - Longcoflini You would not believe 50 cash you tfc T It aint a tramp Its pi i wirmirfpd Miss Esmerelda what conq nests Pre ave took and I dont know what you spent olic missionaries am rt xou TvosJa by Lobengula their powerful CiJ1G- - T IUUUU among the fair tix it for Look at my account now V settle in the country and they are the v I donV replied Whats that man pulling a gig for l lC not Siling Its nothing of the sort That aint only white men there Esraereidar 1 for wiggin Mr Kerr found Lobengula to be in Â¬ You see Ive It 2 Humanity owesteyy WHea only spent 22 in a mouth and youve tellectually far above his pvople who debt of gratitude to Emit - JV hold him in great awe Last summer spent 1L was poor he used to catch Eagiish You cant tell by this what Ive after Mr Kerr left Matabeleland LoÂ¬ he Now sparrows and eat them bengula took his six thousand warriors man who wiU come to America aad eat done growled Mr Spoopendyke Whats the rat trap doing in tho on the war path again Their fear of English sparrows can secure steadyeni this savage chief was one of the reasons joint account plovment at good wages and wilt be Thats fifteen cents for fruit when that induced the chiefs of Bechuanaland publicbenefactor--Brooktip- i hailed further west a few mouths ago to ac- Â¬ Fugle as a you were sick And this measlv looking old hen cept the proffered British protectorate Oht Mme Zneheltv kfc Hostess Mr Kerr went on toward the Zam- Â¬ what has she got to ko with it Major Thats no lien Thats a 2 It means besi traveling far east of the route me introduce my friend to knowEnder twenty four hours yojt two dollars for having your chair usually followed by white travelers He by He is most anxious One of the first attempts at making a mended found a great deal of game and had The Major Believe me madanaethis stove of iron was that of Cardinai What have 3ou charged me with this much sport though he was among is an honor I have long looked - forward Polignac in France early in the eigh- Â¬ old graveyard for tribes who were little acquainted with to I remember listening with- rapuce mere The Polignac fire- Â¬ teenth century fifteen cents for sleeve elastics white men and it was uncertain from to your Marguerite when I was aMme places so called were constructed with TheThats His acquaintance with boy fifteen aint plain but thats what day to day how the next tribe would re- Â¬ hollow backs hearths and iron jambs it is One night he learned from Zuchetti never got any further Tttcx ceive him to economize heat In 1716 Dr Desau My dear fellow says an Indiaua How do you make out I have spent a woman that on the following night gliers of London modified these fire- Â¬ so much Wheres the vouchers Show his entire party was to Tie killed lie Sheriff to his prisoner P must apokv places to use them for coal instead of me the vouchers gize to you for the sanitary coaditida ot struck camp and made a forced march wood But neither these nor the Hol- Â¬ I dont know what you mean said of forty miles Two or three times his this jaiC Several of the prisoners arc land stoves ever became popular in En- Â¬ Mrs Spoopendyke but you spent all porters deserted him and he had to ob Â¬ down with the measles but I assure -ybaÂ¬ gland owing to the strong prejudice in I put down Ob no- ex tain a new supply from friendly tribes that it is not my fault favor of open fires prisoner It was of the sort He crossed the Zambesi and pushed cuses replies the Havent done Dr Franklins stove invented in 1745 Show me some anything intention to break ouc aa sooa ae vouchers Your ac-Â¬ north through a country that had not my was a great improvement on all that counts are all humbug You N Y Stin dont previously been visited by a white man possible anyway had preceded it The principle of its know how to keep an account Athletic Note There is a man on At last he came to the territory of f he action was the same as that of the air- Â¬ Yes I do pleaded Mrs Spoopen Â¬ famous Mangones on the great plateau our street afflicted with a bad case of the tight stoves introduced many years dyke and I think its all right disease remarked Ebe west of Lake Nyassa later Indeed it would have been air- Â¬ sev-Â¬ nezer Jones to a voung phyIciaa of few No you dont What do you mean This tribe whom Livingstone and tight had it been possible at that time to by getting up engravings of a second- Â¬ eral other explorers described have acquaintance Impossible t said the g make the castings sufficiently hand furniture store and claiming that desolated a large part of East Africa voung doctor- - I never heard of a Hu Â¬ About 1775 Franklin invented But my account They like the Matabeles are emigrants man being taking that disease You several other stoves among them two its keeper you are All are a great from Zululand What are book you want is They travel several he has it undoubtedly for the burning of bituminous coalv One a sign Why he thinks ke between you and the other hundreds of miles on slave raids and the symptoms of these had a downward draught and side of hungstreet to be a commercial cattle stealing expeditions Many moun- Â¬ is a champion pedestrian and he is al Â¬ the consumed its own smoke the other had college If ever fail in business tains east of Nyassa are dotted with the ways talking about it- - Fitteburgh the basket grate or cage with movable going to fill you I with benches Im huts of natives who have left the val- Â¬ Chronicle up and bars at the top and bottom which after start a night school Give me my pen leys to escape the Mangone raids Information A profes- Â¬ Mr being filled and kindled at the top could And Mr Spoopendyke commenced runÂ¬ Kerr confirms what has been reported sor Important University of Texas was ex- Â¬ at the be inverted and so made to burn at the ning up the columns Two twos four about the revival of the slave trade ou plaining some of the habits and cus Â¬ base Between 17S5 and 1795 Benjamin And eight twelve and four sixteen and the east coast He savs it was no un toms ol the ancient Greeks to his class Thompson devised carry one to the next and three is four common sight to see in the Mangone vilÂ¬ Count Kumford The ancient Greeks built no roof over several improvements in stoves ovens Here this is wrong Youve got an lages slave gangs sitting in yokes ready said the professor their theaters etc all intended to economize fuel and eighteen for twenty here for the completion of the caravan with What did the ancient Greeks do- - wfeen heat Eh which they were to proceed to the it rained jerked out Mrs Spoopendyke asked Johnay iIzletop Previous to 1325 the use of stoves Thats it 204 not S184 I knew coast They had been bonght by Arab The professor took off his spectacles generally of the box pattern and of very you couldnt keep accounts You cant dealers from the Mangones polished them withjiis handkerchiefand was confined to even add up rude construction sup Thev got wet Mr Kerr then went east to the foot of replied calmlv stores hotel bar rooms school houses your account even big- - Lake Nyassa where he saw the ruins of pose That makes Texas Sifting and churches in the cities and larger er replied Mrs bpoopenuyke 1 Livmgstqnia the pretty mission town towns Country churches were not which was so unhealthfnl that it was de-Â¬ idnt think it was so much THE JUDGE CAVED usually warmed but the older women Slam went the book across the room serted two years ago by the mission Â¬ carried their foot stoves and the men followed by the pen and the ink would aries who are now prospering at Ban An Experience With a Colored Refreat protected their feet with stout leather have gone too but Mrs Spoopeud3ke dawe a salubrious place 100 miles tive of the Law overshoes known as boxe In the cautiously placed it out of harms way further north Here Mr Kerrs last lot As we rode out from a town in Mis Â¬ residences of some of the more wealthy Â¬ Dod gast it howled Mr Spoopenof porters deserted him and left him sissippi to view a plantation a commerÂ¬ city families eannei and otjier English dyke as he tore off his clothes and pre- Â¬ with little food and no means of getting cial traveler for a New York house exÂ¬ coal generally referred to at the time as pared for bed You aint fit to have a assistance He was reduced to great pressed a desire to go along He pro- Â¬ was burned in imported pen and ink Nexttimelwantaccounts straits when sixteen days after he sea coal or in Rumford stoves lined with kept Ill keep em chained up in the reached the lake the little missionary cured a horse and joined the party and grates tire brick A large number used the yard and dont you go near em you steamboat that plia on Lake Nyassa his company was welcomed- - A mile Franklin stove as an open fireplace hear me arrived with M Giraud the French ex-Â¬ and a half from town we came to a no- Â¬ burning wood in it The rest of the Yes dear replied Sirs Spoopen- Â¬ plorer who was homeward bound Mr tice posted on a board and everybody world used the capacious old fashioned dyke as she slipped the obnoxious book Kerr joined the young ensign They stopped to read it It was a notice of fireplace The cheapness of fuel the into the drawer Toledo Blade had splendid sport floating down tho Sheriffs sale and the colored man who cheerfulness of an open fireplace and Shire River to the sea such Dig game 03 tacked it up was still on the rremad the great weight and rough construction elephants buffaloes hippopotami and The notice was badly written OVERFEEDING werse of tlie stoves of those days made the many lands of antelopes faliiug to their spelled and the drummer laughed long in but little demand the Breeding Stock in Connection With Live rifles latter After for calf de for opening of the Erie and Champlaiu Stock Exhibitions y From Qtdllimane Mr Kerr returned and loud over caffor Sheriff debt and sheruf canals the introduction of river steam- Â¬ In connection with shows of breeding to Cape Town In all his wanderings Whats wrong wid dat notls asked boats and the beginning of railroad stock as they are now conducted there lasting over a year he did not have a the colored man in a very edgy voice travel the facilities for transporting touch of fever until he reached Quiili Its too funny for anything iTgpa heavy good5 were so much increased is one crying evil which seems tous to mane one of the most unhealthfui spots Some one had better go to the replv be- Â¬ at-Â¬ demand the serious and immediate that the manufacture of stoves soon on the East Coast schooDr came a leading industry These were tention of all concerned The overfeed- Â¬ Mr Kerr brought with him gold dust Tais me sah Im a Constable an wood stoves but anthracite coal which ing of breeding stock or of stock in- Â¬ and gold bearing quartz from the region was gradually coming into use when Â¬ tended for breeding purposes is ruin- Â¬ south of the Zambesi where the Portu Â¬ I writ dat off a did Well - hope the Oh you ever a high degree of heat was required guese mined extensively two centuries will be sold and a strong draught possible was ous practice pregnant with disastrous ago He also found coal of good qual Â¬ Yes sah You come along widthe destined to create a revolution in the influences and unfortunately it is pur- Â¬ ity north of Zambesi 1 11 Smw sah sued extensively with animals exhibited i business With vou i -In connection The first attempts were failures and at our breeding shows A CONSIDERATE DAUGHTER Yes sah I rest yout sahi it was not until 1833 when Jordon L with the important annual meetings What for which they clmduct there is no suggest Â¬ Why She Mott demonstrated that an anthracite Didnt Want Her Lqver Jo Sea Contempt of court sckV Cb9 fire could be made from nut and pea ed reform which calls so urgently for Much of Her Mother right along sized coals and established several other immediate attention as that which is Sam Holbiy a wealthy young man Where It has facts concerning the laws of combus- Â¬ the subject of our remarks Befo de Ju3tiss sah Well see tion that anthracite coal stoves became sometimes been averred that high feed- Â¬ has been pa3ing marked attention to about dat caf saleable The first cooking stoves man- Â¬ ing is inseparable from showing that Miss Birdie McGinnis Mrs McGinnis The drummer was advisdTCTfnsA-e-sitancufactured in Albany were of the old tin as long as breeding stock are brought the mother of Birdie is an immensely and anally perailtted himself to overfeeding stout woman competition plate oval pattern the oven above the into public A few evenings ago Mr will be pursued There is no reason Holbry was expected to call Just before be taken before a eolored Justice nearly fire A description of the inventions and improvements in stoves since then why the case should be viewed in this the hour appointed for his arrival Birdie two milfronithe - spoL Tae Cons Jblc had picked up a- colored man on the would fill volumes It is doubtful light The disorder is not incurable It said to her mother wav who made and swore to a com Â¬ nevertheless if any of them cfm com- Â¬ unfortunately has obtained a strong Mother dear will you do me one plaint and the drummer was dalr ar Â¬ pare in cheerfulness or in healthfulness hold on the show system and mild favor raigned on the charge althottgk hl with the old fashioned capacious wood measures would not be sufficient to re- Â¬ What is it dear Honor seemed very uneaey about it fire places of our grand daddies Bos- Â¬ move it An effectual remedy now You know that daughters always The Colonel acted as counsel for the is at hand and all that is re- Â¬ ever ton Globe up to resemble their mothers When the case was ready fee judicious and grow quired is prompt prisoner Well my dear said Disqualifica Â¬ persistent application SPOOPENDYKE look at Your Honor who is the eosrtJj tion is the only cure If a rule pro Â¬ the Well now just as big jourself in as one of glass You look Straightening- Up Accounts One of the viding for this were introduced by all lis sah was the dignified rejsly-You know you these water tanks Last That Stanley Huntley Ever Wrote Hasthis man shown anycoatempfe1 societies and rightly enforced the over- Â¬ weigh one hundred and sixty nine Now ray dear said Mr Spoopen for von feeding of breeding animals would very pounds No sah dyke if you will bring me the pen and soon become a thing of the past As to Well what is it my daughter for Ex- Â¬ ink Ill look over your accounts and this there is no reason for doubt Please stay in your room Dont tempt of court straighten em out for you I think hibitors pursue high feeding because let Mr Holbry see you I dont want Tne old man scratched his head thev found that it has increased of you to see your idea of keeping an account of the their have opened 3 lawbook wrbag aSaapand chances of gaining show yard dis- - i himWbv somuchdaughter my daily expenses is the best that you ever tmcaon Change tne showing system anally replied Because ma Ive nearly Ot him did Its business like and I want to so as to make high feeding a certain bar Ud oriaccec aat uisourciu ouxwu nr -- coralled He Is a little sattish but 1 11 encourage you in it have hint roped in pretty soon but ii he of Heres the ink said Mrs Spoopen would be so blind to his own interest as i should see yon he will think that 1 11 be h- - Bnt If he is discharged becausetfer vocr to continue the costly and destructive as big as you some of these days ana i -- fnnocence dyke growing radiant at the compli- Â¬ uj n th Exhibitors are well aware I custom ment the pen day before yes- Â¬ of the harm high feeding is calculated helliump the fence sure I tell you J Colonel I had terday Let me think And she dove to inflict upon breeding animals but just wait until we arc married and then Where do U Wlrjr a dV w and live with us but book into her work basket and then glanced they have felt that to attempt to gain vou can come off jusrat this crisis him Which oner distinction in show vards with Iwin ani- - i dont scare nervously under the bureau Texas Siflings De oneat home 1 Well do you suppose Jin going to mala would be perfectly useless The I take exceptloasyoaKL Hoac aawi split my finger aud write with that de- - fault lies entirely with our show system I threw my love to him and it hath Skace ae case nianded Mr Spoopendyke r Wheres It has hitherto been conducted so as to gone astray sings Lillia Drake in an shall carrv this Co7onaL r Court srrl the encourage high feeding It must now exchange Let Lillie be comforted by the penl want the pen J -- Umpiir allfer derfer D I put it somewhere said Mrs be altered so us not only to encourage the reflection that a woman never could jefine qi prisoner am dlsckargedfr Â¬ natural feeding but even so as to dis throw anything straight Chicago Jour Spoopendyke Ah here I havo it one dollar an de ctsUlakjaa4f5Hl Now you see she continued I put courage or rather banish oveifeedirg 5 nal two dollars for making iootjCemit what money you 3pent down here and Until societies take the matter in hand a and deal firmly with it in this way no If you can not convince others by an gettin1 dfe coiirtsfl this is the joint account You know reason it is a losing game to hunt up a t hard knot afore while foilr asked Mr Spoopen- - improvement need be looked for Whats this i Free Pre idyke Farmer Field and Stockman club for the purpose- - No no I mean this marine sketch in the second line That Oh thats a 7 Spose I ever spent secou dollars with a tail like that to it If youre crO- w ing to make figures why dont you make figures What dve want to make a pic ture of a prize fight in a column ot ac-Â¬ counts for What is this elephant doing Thats your account this DANGEROUS JOURNEY A Wan Street Mans Wandering Aaaoa A Fierce Africa- - Tribes atj TWW - ---- tvlV v j5 w rst -- fagag - 4 -- vr fra ay foot-and-mou- th elose-fit-tin- I au I c-a- -f -- e ---- - Thee-how-cayoatryJ- iim jn wredo nffc5 - fote -- Ds r7risjriL jWir i VHMMBMHMMHMHMMHHHHHBHBHBMHKaMKrMa W TiWS fus- V 11 I It r K for the dear peoples Frankfort Jan 10 This Legisla- Â¬ sake Let us have faith in thathopo at ture like its predecessors is not without Lits oddcharacters In fact it would uqt Democratic Ticket 1836 j any rate tr be a typical Kentucky Legislature if 11 III Monday la August Election Hrst OrK- - been rrn 6 mor hs All in good In the Kentucky Legislature Mr Bow- - some queer specimen of crude eloquence For Circuit Judce 13ih District rum j 01 c e and euphonistic statesmanship were not lett introduced a joint resolution that 30fiN E COOPER found therein to daze the assembly occathe pay of the officers of the House be sionally with For Commoswealths Attorney Capacity Feet Peri Col L M DAY fixed at the sum provided in the act of Day attempts at poetical speaking The Leaf TobaccorLive Stock and ali kinds Country Produo 1880 According to this act the salary Grsttimelsat in the House my attentaken in exchange for Good or in settlement of 2otea and Accurate Will exchange it for First and Second CoHatv Jadge G B SWANGO irYour trade is respectfully solicited qualbv Wauutdelhered at the head of the of the Clerks Sergeant ut arms and Door- Â¬ tion was attracted to the gentleman from CoBatvAttofncv 5 C LYKJSS J 1 p DAY Lincoln who comes here laboring under Coal 1oid Uld will send a good man to sett DAVID HOGG CoHRty Court Clcri mrmm keeper is 5 per day and that of the the title of the Mountain Cicero n up to vinr uie lumber to pav or nte mill 2ZZ6 his Sheriff G T C EXTEK Mr W L blue ine iuoieo ne above pages 2 per day It will lie over one speeches at cross roads rallies and in Ill is is a rare chance Cail and see us Circuit Court Clerk W F ELKIN3- r sicetcii wiiu uie juvenilis Ciirou c1 E W BAltUElT LUMBER CO St JUsessor W G W- - CRLEY courts having gained for him a name Louis day AMrr iu 111c muuii o a re- uu Mi Sterling Ivy Jailei GLO V DPVKE unci for eloquence not possessed by any other portcr said For seven years I had been Survevor H BWS KASH Mr ailins wilh catarrh and during hat time Trenholm and Eaton Civil Service of his mountain contemporaries Coroner 11 ELDKN COX Bobbitts appearance is as striking as his have been treated In iv eminent phvician- - THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY School Supi JOHN 1L HOSE Commissioners have been confirmed by CoHatr without success Tail well put doctors told me 1 the TL S Senate It is said that Sir Eaton oratoryface partly hidden together a with had consumption tonic the oat three vcars For a good tawbeneath Wholesale and Retail Dealers in will retire from the Commission on the ny beard and mustache eyes as piercing I had continual discharge of niucouo clrop Brealiiitt AaBouscemeaU prings in the throat a cough and pain 1 oss We are authorised to announce B M first of February and that he will be suc- as those of the eagles which make their my forehead Added to that was loss of COMBS a candidate lor the office of Survey- ceeded by a New England Republican homes in the topmost pinacles of his na- memory voice appetite roariosc in the ears or of Breatblit coumy subject to the action tive mountains arms long sinewy and and ageneralfeehngof wretchedness About CTJK3S mphtaori Croup Aatfrma BrosclUtta CTarmlzla of the Democratic party muscular seeming to weight down his five months ago I consulted Dr Turner ToHoarsen eaa Influtsm HeVlng Coccwhcoplaf Coua Catarrh 28asMiau 3e4tae Cboratarb25Tarr Congressman Willis has introduced a broad shoulders all go to make jTiarrncsa jviucnj itccoiw iznBpicnxTMf Paapalt rr Dr I Jatoaoa C day I am as well as everhave gained twenty AND up a bill in the lower house of Congress to ad- Â¬ man whose it- pounds and dont detect a trace of my old to MAKE It was generally understood before our mit free of dutj articles intended for ex- Â¬ self felt in presence is bound onemake theÂ¬ trouble Yes sir I would be pleased to an9 xsw xxcx more ways than in swer by letter any person suffering from D S Godsey left representative Hon hibition at the Louisville Exposition this House this winter Mr Bobbitt is a that dread disease BLOOD democrat from way back and to quote Louis Turner M D has offices at 819 for the Legislature that he would intro- Â¬ year Thaaa cilia vara a vrondexfal dlaeovorr So otrc Ilia tham In tb world Will voUHvtlT mm 9 his own language in a speech in the Washington av St Louis Mo and has in Race Seventh George Streets raauner of disease The tafcrmafica aroand ee2t box is woitlv m time tfce omk of lfcet or relieve duce a bill asking that convict labor sills Find ont ahoat tnem sd tou trill uvura be tnaakfal One sill a dose Hi House recently has been sent to the private and hospital practice of over thirtv l -aa Sold e var v where or ent by mall for 36c la ttaarpa Dr18 JOSjreOIT JkCOa3CKaBeaa the State road might be used to improve Brecns Linimennt is certainly the best Legislature by a majority treading close years treated with wonderful success all Sfcerdana Condition otaia O Powder la absolutely aasstUW wCl from Rothwell Station on the Kentucky conbination of remedies for cornsneural- - upon the heels of a thousand from a coun- Â¬ curable cases Treatment of deformities and pure and highly con ixfsx to the Vir Â¬ girpains in the back and side etccver ty that has heretofore been overwhelm- surgery a specialty NOT NECESSARY TO ssW IsbV Oce oases sy 3B E3 ims Ra afciexaa efeelerst as centrated and South Atlantic Railway aU dlaaaaaa ef Jseaasw is worta a ocund SEE patients By mv original system of w shtvely any other kind It Iawertsajk ingly republican And coming thus consultation Tcap tceat aaiyuit bVuIalfSs pi ginia line Such a bill can not in any produced T F Day Hazel Green t iry be ffiven with food nK7ScW5art--ifiJ Tip 5SV9 ho ko r boa by ail r sense be construed as local legislation tda cmne to stav until caueu successfully as in personal consultation S1 4 Sold everywhere or sent by attt for S5 eata ta atwrp D U Liandsaw simvater oppress prepaid zoc souu -a to a higher Capital i tx csss ey It will thus be Patients can consult me by mail on all Dis CASSiDY T from the fact that the road passes through -ROBIVSW VHiyLUU seen that he is an ambitious as well as a eases of the Blood Stomach Liver Bowels WITH VT several counties With convict labor it Heart Nerves General Debility self confident man and now that he has eases peculiar to the sexes No and all disA flatter of YBusiness could be so improved that it wouldjep succeeded after years of toil in breaking charges Consultation at office exorbitant and by mail Ambacfi Burpnder Go Louisville Commercial 01 tnejenprmoun nance the property into politics means to play the game to one dollar Send One dollar for a full conThe continued emptiness of the State the limit or go down with the colors flymail on receipt of and at treasury the looseness of the revenue ing Who knows Less ambitious men sultation byinvestigate your easewhich I will thoroughly Medicine I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in Â¬ WA JETAZEL GBEEN m11tttecost to the people of the counties laws and the careless legislation on this with a more limited knowledge of book furnished free to patients If you are sick r cluding a 10 TEX HORSE ENGINE have become a crying disgrace larnin than Fountain Fox Bobbitt have or ailing write me No letters answered The Trustees of this- - institution hare through which it passes An abundance subject in paying Ad- Delays pub- Â¬ fought their way to the White House unless acconiDanied bv4 cts in stamns 30 inches respectively again secured the services of Prof N B The saws are 52 and appropriations for dress all letters to Dr Louis 819 17 and 19 Hopkns Place IIAYS and the third term will commence of stone and timber can be found along lic works and the salaries of teachers are Mr Bobbitts speeches while as a rule Washington Avenue St Louis Turxer Mo 10 AUGUST 31ST 13S5 and contLaue The larpe is the DISTON CFISSEL-BIT-an- d its entire length for bridges culverts and now the rule and not the exception It laughable and sometimes rambling have BALTIMORE MD the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GARR months macadamizing without cost The roads is probable that ever- member of the the virtue of honesty about them and CO Hazel Green is the most desirable loca Â¬ SCOTT tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky Address graded at many places and filled present General Assembly before elec- the determined self satiafied air with could be tion pledged his influence in behalf of and noted for the advantages It has in J W DEJARNETT his saw the atmosphere at others which would greatly facilitate reform in these particulars An excel- Â¬ which he is long arms shows a sincerity of churches temperance socletv while speaking end health P OBos502 Paris Ky travel and transportation in Eastern lent opportunity to redeem these pledges purpose which makes amends for many of This jchool presents advasUgss which Kentucky and in utilizing convict labor is now afforded by the introduction by the rediculous and uncalled for bursts T DAY afc not equalled fn the State SrmaiiT par Â¬ boon ever bestowed upon man is perfect ticulars and its future is destined to work a on public works and the State road is Representative Jackson of a bill for the of rude elocution of which he is so often health and the true way to insure health complete revision of the revenue laws of delivered Marshal and General Detective good to our country which will be felt certainly a public work the Legislature the State Heretofore general bills of fa to purify your blood with Ayers Sarsa Terms reasonable fot both tuition and And to see and hear him when he is at MAYTOWN KY parilla Mrs Eliza A Clough Zi Arling- Â¬ would be doing the convicts a humane importance have seldom taken place un- his best is to witness a whole circus with board For terms cT anplr to Will attend ton St Lowell Mass writes Every any part of the to ferreting out criminals in Prof X B HAYSriaeipaI service in that it would certainly be til near the end of the session when care- Â¬ the side show thrown in With cheeks country and guarantees sat winter and spring my family including consideration of them was out of the reddened and eyes aflame his arms given isfoction in every case where employed more healthful than confining them in ful myself use several bottles of Ayers Sar question On j esterday the first day of up to wild gesticulations he towers like Orders by mail promptly attended to the prison walls Such a bill when in- the new session for offering bills in the eaparilla Experience has convinced me a giant above pigmies and is the center troduced will receive thchearty approval House the members were presented with of all eyes Then when he that as a powerful lets go one BUGGY of both 1 printed bill embodying the most care- Â¬ of his odd compilations of poetical eloof two thirds of the members bouses and we do hope for the sake of ful treatment of the revenue laws in the quence a strange mixture of words and MT STERLING KY experience of the State and county offhould be your crownlsg- glory A7c the people of this section who are now icials for many years past It has been phrases used regardless of rhetoric or Hair Vigor will restore the vitality grammar it is bound to create a laugh forced to haul goods through mud and seen that an occasional amendment here and applause which brings down the color of youth to hair that has bec purifier it is very much superior to any mire that Hon D S Godsey will speed and there in the revenue laws will work House Of him a satirically inclined All other preparation of Sarsaparilla tliiaand faded and where the shw persons of scrofulous or consumptive ten- Â¬ ily see what may be done to effect the no general reform These laws have member has said not decayed or absorbed will caoae a er been handed down from a time when Keep on hand BUCK30ARD3 and dencies and especially delicate children passage of such a bi 1 He can find warm there were no cities no railroads no oth- Â¬ His eloquence is classic in its style D-HAND and growth on bald heads BUGGIES Most brilliant with explosive coruscations are sure to be greatly benefited by Its Paint all kinds of work and Repair the youthful color aad Tiger allies in the furtherance of the measurel er great corporations in Kentucky when Of heterogeneous thoughts at random use J W Starr Laconia Iowa writes of the hair be preserved to oW caught in the members from the mountains the State was one great agricultural com- Â¬ For years L was troubled with Scrofu- Â¬ age Head the following froa Xrs G-And munity and all right and honest men from every wealth and few inequalities in point of That scattered like a shower of shooting stars MT lous complaints I tried several different Norton SomervlIleM95r J have used end in darkness existed among the people Ken- Â¬ i section of the State Go in Godsey and tucky is almost an entirely different State preparations which did me little If any Ayers Hair Tlgor for the past 30 years And what Mr Bobbitt is to the House Will receive Mr Shores special attention good Two bottles of Ayers Sarsapahon- today and an entirely different law is Mr Taulbee is to the Senate and although I am upwards ef 60 est go in to win Get up and tell your SHORE- Mr Taul CON ROY Give us a call rilla effected a complete cure It is my hair Is as abundant and glossy to day as The Governor and Auditor bee dresses in black and is as gray as a orable colleagues they have just got cr needed opinion thri this medicine is the best whenlwa3 25 have urged that a fair assessment of all sewer rat He has the appearance of a to cut blood the property in the State and the full man who is dissatisfied with all the Tyn assured that atrial of Ayeis Hair JjJll Ylgor will convince yoHef Ms collection of the revenues would afford world and even the softening influence HAZEL GREEN KY FrRST CLASS- Under the caption Press Taulbees enough money to support the State gov-Â¬ of his spectacles when allowed to rest on powers Mrs 3f E Goff Leadviile Col Stands at the head of Low Prices with ev writes Bill we last week published an article ernment economically at a lower rate of his nose has not the power to detract Two years ago my hair having erjthing you want in almost entirely fallen out I commenced from the Catlettsburg Democrat without taxation than now exists These are the from this discontented look His oratoC E Upton Nashua NH of the day ry is quite as wonderful as that of Mr the use of Ayers Hair Tlgor To day my reading it Having at the time in mind objects of the new bill writes For a number of years I DRY GtlODS ITOnOKS At the outset the bill provides for lim- Â¬ Bobbitt and he mangles prose and poethair Is 29 Inches long line strofig aad was troubled with a humor In my eyes Boots Shoes lints Clothing the warm encomiums of that paper last iting the property now exempt f ron tax Â¬ ry in just as shocking a manner To do healthy and unable to obtain relief until I com- Â¬ fall upon Hon W P Taulbees ability ation ana for taxing certain items of both gentlemen justice however I must GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS menced using Ayers Sarsaparilla I have c FLOUR BACON we thought the article was in praise of property not now referred to in the laws say that beneath this disguise of back- Â¬ ItJCii JCiWiki by the use of taken several bottles am greatly bene- Â¬ a m iyvs a 3 ii f t our Press but after the paper was For instance a tax upon lottery compa- Â¬ woods eloquence there always runs a vein r The money is what I want and I will give Ayers Hair Tlgor tho hair regain Its t fited and believe it to be the best of blood nies is suggested of good sense But if they would always SIORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH youthful color and vitality Rer H P printed we discovered that it did that Ramsey purifiers R Harris Creel City Assessors are to be required to begin furnish diagrams with their speeches it than any other house in town Williamson Davidson College Mecklen Â¬ gentleman an injustice Mr Taulbees to list property on September loth in- Â¬ would not require so much labor to get Co Dakota writes I have been an Country produce taken in exchange for burg Coy N C writes r I Jhave used intense sufferer with Dyspepsia for the F McGUIKE s00ds bill is for the best interest of Eastern stead of January 10th and to complete the grain from the chaff And while I Ayers Hair Tlgor for the last tea years past three years Six mouths ago I began BOONEVILLE Kentucky and would not increase the their work within two months Every am on the subject of odd characters I It fa an excellent preJvatIve to use citizen will be sworn as to the amount do not know of any reason for neglecting OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY expense as much as might be supposed and the fair cash value of all the prop- Uncle Joe Reed of Louisvillewho seems TyT the use of Ayers Hair Tlgor Geo 5 Under the present system witnesses are erty owned by him and the Assessors to jump at every chance to make an exA Dadman Waterloo 3fo had his hair restored to Its original healthy taken by the hundreds from the extreme will take an oath to secure a cash valua hibition of himself It is said that he condition He was aearly bald and rery HAZEL GREEN KY eastern part of the State to Louisville or tion In cases where Assessors believe does it for the fun that is in it but just A false valuations to have been given they why a man of Mr Reeds years should gray He writes Only of Covington the mileage being five cents shall Buggies j2Horse Shooing a SpecialtyTools mada the Tlgor were required four battlesmy report thefact to the County Board desire to turn clown for the amusement to restore Farm wagons and each way and the marshal gets bis fees of Supervisoraf or investigation The ad- Â¬ of his brother legislators I can not con- Â¬ It has effected an entiro cure and I am and repaired all kinds ofmanner hair to Its youthful color and quantity in the best now a well as ever and mileage for summoning witnesses vantage of changing thedate for assess- ceive A very limited amount of it A SANDERS Principal Hair Yigsr cures dls B F McCokmick J il Cox yTQywiN Ayersof the Bcalp weather will be af-Â¬ might be excused but when he makes it U OliT VT eases c Now if a court were established in ments is that better in Sold by all Druggists FH forded for the work rural districts Foster Princeton lad writes this part of the State the saving in mile- Â¬ and that the taxes may the collected an a daily practice to jump up as if some I had 1 Six bottles 95 Price be one had pulfed the string enter into a at I been troubled for years with a dbease of age in summoning witnesses in arresting earlier period This will enable the long harangue on the slightest pretext iliss JZAysrE Fisher graduate 1SS1 Prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell the scalp my head was covereLwith daa And conveying prisoners to court and teachers to be paid as soon as their wages and then sit down with the very sensible 1SS3 Mass TJ S A Allte Sanders dniff and the hlr the mileage paid to witnesses would al- Â¬ have been earned Assessors are to be remark that ho does not know what he COX Hair Vigor gave dry and harsh Ayers McCOSMICK me Immediate relfef i 1SS1 Birdie Sanders most if not quite pay the salaries of the paid a percentage upon the amount of has been talking about and retracts every cleansed the scalp and rendered the hair of and Deaers in the assessments instead of a fee of 15 thing he has said the thing becomes too llanuactnrera Judge and Clerk Besides there are cents for each list as is now the rule soft and pliable monotonous to either amuse or entertain many other reasons why Eastern Ken Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors State taxes shall be collected by the TEACHERS CAN ENTER T ANY Breens Liniment removes knots and iucky should be a separate district which Sheriff as at present excepL that their TIME work shall begin on February 1st instead all enlargements on horses or other stock SiSH BLINDS DEALERS IN we will give later on PREPARED BY of August 1st They shall report to the No cure no pa v Sold bv AXD AII EI5D3 OF BUILDtKO MATKKIAL Auditor the amountof money collected Day flnzel Green Dr J C Ayar Co Iewdl 3baif TJ I T F J Co of the Bal- Â¬ upon April 1st and every sixty days thereThird Term commences Jan 27 1SS6 Messrs A S Abell D D Landsaw Siliwater Tor sale by all Druggfata MT STERLING KY Cassidy after and must complete their collections Robinson Carapton and the Fourth Term commences April 6th timore Sun will accept our thanks for I6fc6 11 ls a sc a This by November 1st under penalty Sherifis their annual Sun Almanac Valuable Farm for Sale may deposit their collections in any Alltl WiiUUWl TeCIIER Terms Tnird and Fourih publication is one of the most useful bank within a hundred miles to the HATS GAPS GLOVES u i kr Term Tun ion I offer for sale the farm known a the hand books published in the United credit of the State No Sheriff who has Holderby place S Co Y Write roR C vtnlogce iree States It contains 90 pages filled with failed to make a settlement with the A Fins Saw and Orist Mill Toe Old BeaWe Acres Containing State at the time specified will be pera Tariety of information not to be found mitted to collect the taxes for the Hazel next W O Iving on the slate road miles belowhas oa Thi3 farm in any similar publication The Balti- Â¬ year Sales under execution for taxes Green more Sun is a great paper and all sub- Â¬ shall be advertised in the newspapers at Corner Tearl and Vine Cincinnati would Prcatdcnt of the Great the expense of the delinquent In case here express their thanks for past favois 10 POLLARD A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling scribers to it receive the almanac free 6 H DEN KITF no other purchaser appears the property all their old customers and still ask a concontaining 5 rooms besdes kitchen and din Â¬ LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO which of itself is worth the subscription ing room There is a jrood well of fine wa-Â¬ shall be bought for the county in which tinuance of their trade We always keep a good stock and Uncle to the weekly edition only 1 a year or it is situated subject to redemption with Importers and Jobbers ter and fine spri3 which yield an abun Â¬ TUla What H Knows of Jira Fant with his good looks will at all dance of pore fctock water an orchard of with The Hazel Green Herald one in one year and the taxes due the State times be rcadv to wait upon you IN 48 Inch Saw and fir Beiting 65 bearing apple trees of assorted wiuter shall be paid from the county funds the year L90 and buumic T nTt voung and thrifty good title to the lands reverting to the county barn and oui buirdingsaoout 100 acres of PORTABLE BOILER AND ENGINE An important change is in regard to bottom land in good slate of cultivation 60 Congressman Lafibon of Kentucky ON SKLDS I5 HORSE POVEB acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of county revenues the poll tax being abol- Â¬ 21 incb French burr com rocks madebr introduced a bill to amend the Civil- - ished for the ad valorem system No has improved table land and ihe remaining 263 acres timbered of which 163 acres is cover- Â¬ Bradford Mill Co recently overhauled uervice law by limiting the examinations county shall levy more than thirty ed wilh very iineit oak and poplar soil and now in condition Orricx cr tx Couaua JotrnxAL LccsraAS to only the matters which may fairly cents upon 100 without an act of the rich and productive and underlad with Apply to or address F 3L LONG Legislature- - At present in many coun- Â¬ Dr lytnUrimitk H W cor Pearl and Walnut test the applicants fitness for the posi ties the county expenses Fine Bituminous Coal Upper Grassy Morgan county Ky Sir I triiye a rnle I hTe oberred for IS WARRANTED to cure Fever fall as heavily Price 4300 Kcash and remainder in Or this office ef tion to which he seeks an appointment upon the poorest as upon the wealthiest Aue Intermittent or Chill Fever and many yen the ralueto youryour remedy prompt- Ee requcit what I knew two years Possession aj ns to iy in reply Dumb Ague mittent and the Baltimore Snn one of the most citizen which is manifestly unjust For Dengue Fever Break bone Bilious Fever of your ChUi Cure The prirete auurancss of it O one and reasonable terms Persons piven at desiring once on or Fever Liver effect to purchase cfln call on H C Herndon or CREENWADE substantial papers in America says it is years many counties have been irranted Complaint and all diseases arising from oficecy I bad and the Kd results of its for moreI HOUSE had obitrredon Mr RW Meredith who W- - O Mize at Hazel Green or the under the haa fifteea year has been foreman of xay ofice by far the best Civil Service bill ever ad privilege under special acts to levy Malarial poisons ROGERS FBENCHBTIRG KX signed at Stanton Powell county Ky me to test it in my fasuly The rcculu valorem taxes for special purposes Have been Rarpersj S C July 9 ISSJf induced entirely satisfactory The first case wis I W MAPEL introduced in Congress May 27 1S85 The adoption of the proposed bill will which I U Geo IrV KooKEjJMfcxirrox For eighteen months suf cf two years standing- in tried with belieYe every WITS temporary re remedy this injustice and remove an known renedy had been 2T VACGHK S S COMES J iicf the chills returning periodically and seemingly The tahle is srpplled with the heat n Senator Wilson of Iowa has reported excuse for much local legislation at ered with Chills and Fever Your cure broke them at with increased severity the market and the charges are rsasoaaW having Chills every oilier day once and there uos beeo co recurrence of thsm for COMBS favorably from the committee on Post Frankfort bill more than six month The other case was of a The new embodies many reforms After trying various remedies DEArEBSIK milder form and yielded more readily to Other offices and Post roads a bill to prohibit which have Ik-- n urged by the Commer- Â¬ C to cure used a remedies but the chills would return at intervals IMrOBTERS JIKD JOBBERS O the nailing of newspapers and other cial for the past three years and we be-Â¬ recommended until your medicin was used since which time bottle of dyers Ague Cure and nowsereral months they have entirely disappeared AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KLSDS publications containing lottery adver- Â¬ lieve that its adoption without amendFrom the opportunity I have had to judge f do not LODGING HOUSE ment would work a great improvment have never sincehad a chill ray belief that your Chill Cure Dry Motions Co Ms and ifarion Srreets hesitte to express tisements The report accompanying I N E Comer specific and performs all you promise is a valuable JBDWIJf HAUFER existing system At any rate 5th and JeSerson Very respectfully CAMPTON KY the bill states ihat it is undoubtedly upon thebill affords a basis for the fullest fork the new PREPARED BY LOUISVILLE XT Thikd Race and W N HALDEMAN constitutional and guotes a decision of possible discussion of the States finan- Â¬ Br Entrance oa ShT up stairs J C Ayer Co LowelL 1CS TJtfiox Stbeetscial system and deserves early attention tb Supreme Court to that effect Id by all Druggists 1L WmTEVfAS-- Night ClerV T The above well known hotel piooerty O CrSCKXATI Hazel Green containing 14 arg1 ooms Breens Liniment is pronounced by all Zage garden commodious stable Now en The Democratic caacus at Frankfort HAZEL GRFLX KY who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ SATE TOTJR 3IONEY AXD BUY joy a nne patronage and ran oe muaged KENDALL HOUSE on Friday the 8th insL unanimously edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises touo he uesi business o any hotel i Ea Corner Main and Prestoniueg Sts YOUR GOODS CHEAP Bominated Dr John D Woods for Pub- etc Sold bv err Kentucky Will be rented oui April I ISSo for vone rear- - Anuh to WEST LIBERTY KY h ldre MAYTOWN KY J T F Day Hazel Green lic Printer and Binder and Mra Virgin Â¬ FEOU Z Mr LOT DAY E C Kendall - Proprietress Mrs D D LaxdsaW Stillwater HOBSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY ia C Hanson for State Librarian and Hazel Green Ky Orthiso5ce c SiTakes and repairs all cinds of Farming CjIssjdy Robinson Campton The table is supplied with tlftfest the Tools Bnqgies and Wugons Will repair Earmmg Tools Bocim body has the good will and wishes kat UY5 your papenenvelopea market affords Experienced handW charge Horse Shoeing Trill receive especial atten int nena Uaoaa- - c Twe TJiMD in consequence Subscribe for The Herald 1 a year of stable Charges reasonable kcs pencils tion DAYSBOROUGH KY c at TheHerald office Satisfaction guarantcd pfevPs cae A ul all ilver-money-man The Chamber of Commerce of Denver Look Heiik Read this pleaae We Colorado have ordered a Eolid silver have carried slow customers until we are Atone e m Mter Yir Ahrif eagle life size for Hon James B Beck loaded down and it is impossible to co- Â¬ ntinued credit those whose notes and ac ai a token of their appreciation otthis counts are past due We must have pay Hazel Greea Postofice as at able advocacyof tke eilvertbill iiiTthe fro ii you and will take livestock at its m 3w TJ S Senate IncooseanenceTsomeTieo lYae on notes and accounts Do not i threat caUfor credit even if yjcrcf arc gqpdif Editor pie insinuate thatxighttfaere 5PENCEE COOPER us emerges from the seclusion of thesack youiare owing we anuuave not setuea VNnean what sajV J- - TuAS- - DAY jWe thin however 6urJi llion HAZEL GREEN KY Some Sample Statesmen est in his intentions and that he is a Special to the LouisTille Commercial JAN 20 1SSG WEDNESDAY Hazel Geeen Herald tfsssr- - j jw- -- -- h FOR SEVEN YEARS FOR SALE e Etr4 ii bc I 1 A Saw Mill 30 Horse Bower - 1 UMIAKS in ss fs ass - x x w f nA v r w mr JJ A - - a Sesmmmmsmek K4ai 3 Carrr in Stock 11 m mnki mmwi 3 tuger as mm as new f i - 4 V it -- itmV d3WA5E3 lOHTArTvNiP ct naitT TAr rrmriw4v vmriheezperieHee f Twrarjnresrs la m ie t do if iiii win meet rrw wants of our patrons and make it t vour iatereat ta Mtaiie us e have an immense stoek of everything- you want or aeer JMladlas tltfE AEGEST AND KENTUCKY Ws j- - 1 3t Jtfi - - - j J DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery Â¬ 15000 - Â¬ I 1 1 111 1 -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRY GOODS Aliu DYNE 2 Vr I I NIMtN I UN Â¬ Â¬ CARPETING Cincinnati ARSONS 11 U PILLS tv j Â¬ Â¬ -- t Â¬ temrmx I U Ik-afc- r- r33 Â¬ Â¬ taincdonofntu aw Mill for Sale21 Green Academy Â¬ CLOTHING - 17 j I ta Â¬ THE BEST Snn-day-sch- THE W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW WOESS Â¬ Blood Your Hair - Â¬ 1 Main Street STEELING Gonroy Shore SECON- MAY i Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY -- Purifier F McGUIRE Â¬ Â¬ CALL APID SE BOONEVILLE llUllUdl ilblUGiU Â¬ Â¬ School for Teachers Sarsaparilla AYERS FRANK TYLER -- LA0X8MXTH Â¬ Model Planing Mill 11 LYTLS CO Ayers Hair Vigor Â¬ linofp opf rtnl 9S W Dickinson Â¬ HAT HOUSE N HALDSMAN Pearl St CINCINNATI FORJJALE 423 er Â¬ Â¬ Blandy Boiler Engine and Saw Works AT A BARGAIN Ague On re I AYERS CURE Qsixeensware CHILL Glassware JP WINTEESMITH3 c first-clas- s- Cincinnati - z ii 4f I Louis StixCq VAUGHN General Merchandise F EBITZ ii i a v Â¬ Goods and Ns J PIEBATT - For RentDay House -- Â¬ Â¬ BLACKSMITH ELACKSMITH 3aia E J HOaEES c - l Â¬ A M IMIGKELL B 4 rf -- - r - JK irife mvrfJ -- ujfcHBiBkJ ran mm y Mr Wj Lusk tlie missing walnut lum Â¬ ber merchant of Hazel Green turned up all right last Tharsday night and has promised flPUPBL74MME C N KY 1886 to give us a detailed account of the sights JAN30 he saw in Sjracuse Bafialo and New York AdvwtkMeats inserted la Cincinnati and Painsville Ohio e ich fret nsertiea aad 25 Mr Hextiy F Pieratt the liberal livÂ¬ gut each avbeeoseBt iasrtiea ery man of this place attended court at Mt Sterling last Monday for the purpose of ITIMETABLE buying stock fataeky art SnM AtliDie Railway sot informed but with what success we are 22 aktea slower than Mt JUilixa Dr J M Waldeck of West Liberty was 1 jfres 1ft Stehsg arrives a guest ofjthe Day House last Sunday night Ks and left for Jackson on professional busi-X 21at Eetkwell 9a 1L arrive at I neg8 Monday morning lit SterhBsr at 19 o0 AH Mrs Rachel Cojibs of Ezel is visiting 2Co3 leaves Ht Sterling at 140 P JC arÂ¬ rives at Hothwell at 320 T X her daughter Mrs Dr Thomas of this He 4 leaves Rethvell at 345 P M arrives place and nursing little Beulah atlft Sterling at 5M P M Xe 2 ceasects at Mt Sterline with 1105 a Mr James J CaxxoY of Spencer was railway j in town last week in the interest of the aad 151 P M trains Mr Jjexmgwm uincmsati aad JLouwviue wjaecta Sterlisg with 1105 a N3 traia a C--at Mt from the East and 136 White sewing machine company Charley Messrs Albeet Hoffmax and K TX tria from Leuisville aad CincinnatL Txtejtee of Mt Sterling were in town last FMostgoBaery cHBty ceart day special leaves Rethwell b the 3rd Monday in each Saturday aaeath at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling Mr Floyd Day of this place left for at 9 A X Eetarnisg leaves Mt Sterling Cincinnati last Friday morning on a busi- Â¬ mt 3 T 3Lt arrivisg at Rethwell at L30 P x Sterling at 5 P for Ieva HathwellGEO Mt HAEPER Saptu ness trip B In Palae Car on the Illinois Central Railroad Hound for Sew Orleans The following poetical effusion is from LOCAL the pen of J A Ssngston who lived at this o We regret Tery nach that oar Campion place six months about two years since and while iere made many warm friends The letter feas heaa cslsplacecL Heuald has a two fold purpose in publish- Â¬ jBorBOa the 16th to the wife of Elihu ing the poetry which wt copy from the Bkeas a girl 10 pounds Name Mollie Martin Tenn Mail namely Sankey may find it to his interest to give us a heal- Â¬ WXIm catertalBEseatat the Academy ia this thy advertisement of the Illinois Central j1ao next Friday Bight will be free to alL Railroad of which he is General Passenger fc F Day at 12 sice males aad two Agent and besides to those who dont know JT oc krse t the MtStcrliBg market last it xve wish to prove that hes a poet So here goes for the story of the old man and IT his wifes glory J- - TaylwDayparchased freaft Doc Per Well Betsey this beats everything our eyes idas ea Wednesday last a large bay horse have ever seen Were ridiu in a palace car fit for King or Price 80 ifR GKi HERAI in AArrjtce PERSONAL - TEMPERANCE RECTI FYER AN ORIGINAL LECTURE BY A RETIRED rn 1 r i i h it IT Who Tells of the Trouble Four or His employes Experienced and How Conscience Got Him to Quit We are in reoeipt of a circular from tht Kentucky Copper Works Iron Foundry and Machine Shops Lexington Ky from which we quote DEAE Sib A the distilling season is near at hand and you will doubtless have repairs to make before starting we beg leave to call your attention to our facilities for doing any and all kinds of distillery work Now Roger Williams the gentlemanly proprietor of the above concern knows or ought to know that we are not nor have we ever been in the distillery business He mistakes our calling We have in times past done something in the way of rectify- Â¬ ing ardent spirits champagne bock beer fcc but we purchased our supplies from oth- Â¬ ers We tried rectifying time and again for 20 years ever and anon giving it up for something more lucrative and healthful had a strange fascination The business we would periodically invest in for us and a supply of rectifying material to fill our tank and start up with renewed energy always feeling highly elated with our world- Â¬ ly prospects but of late years the assistants A citizen of Hazel Green now attending upon whom we relied became demoralized to such an extent that we were forced to school at Campton under date of 16th inst Â¬ writes us The boys of Hazel Grreen abandon the business which indeed we my brag about the pretty girls who Acadeattend had never found a prosperous one the bal- Â¬ that school I can say that there are more ance always being on the wrong side We pretty girls in Campton than in any other will call the assistants here referred to Mr town in the mountains They all have rosy cheeks and bright eyes They are both Brain Mr Stomach and the Messrs Leg beautiful and elegant Pop in deference to the respect we have for their Rev J T Pieratt will begin a meeting at relatives Maytown on Saturday the 30th inst at 2 Y Brain was our purchasing agent and as M and continue over Sunday foreman and general manager generally suc- Â¬ Senator Taulbee has introduced a bill in ceeded in procuring a supply whenever we the Senate for the benefit of the county felt like rectifying He finally became so judge of Wolfe county demoralized that he never knew anything afQueen Wantfd I wish to purchase a few fut ter purchasing a sufficient quantity to fill the A private letter from James Press Power Wc didnt go as fast as this nor on such hoggs at the market price for cash at Dahlia Ga to a lady in this place states TVhen cushions rest Maryland years ago to tank for a days run could uot sleep at J H EVASS we left old night for thinking of what he might have that he has sold 12 males and two horses at seek our homes out West been guilty of while intoxicated would oc WOLFE COUNTY fair prices but says trade is slow Lets see thats just fifty years ago- - --just casionally have visions of snakes side- Â¬ Gillmoke Jan 16 William Hale who arier we were wea shows fcc In fact rendered himself unfit Bealah little daaghter of Dr and Mrs Your eyes were then like diamonds bright was senf to jail some time since charged for responsible requirements and in short with shooting and wounding one Hales fid Thomas of this place has been quite sick your cheeeks like roses red It was first thought she had the croup but Now Betsey people call us old and push frequently acted like a natral born durned wards on Christmas night has given bond us off one side fool but in his lucid moments he was al- Â¬ and passed through here yesterday en route thefcet was developed that she had the Just as they have the old slow coach in ways penitent and sorry and pleaded to be for home home sweet home there is no coagh She Is better now waaepisg which we used to ride place like home reinstated As he had assisted us in many After so much pleasant weather we have The werld wlde reputation of Ayera Hair Whew Betsey how were fly in see the noble works we freely forgave him and did had quite a cold breeze for a few days The farms and towns go by Tiger i due to its healthy action an the what we could to restore him to the position thermomeiater registering on the 11th 23 hair aad scalp through which it restores It makes my gray hair stand on end it dims God intended him te fill He has now come and on the 12th 30 below zero at this point my failin eye gray hair to its original color and imparts a Soon well be thr our journey and in the around with some reason but we fear his Some of the citizens had some difficulty in saving their stock from freezing to death glow and freshness which makes it so much house so gov- Miss Gaikey will please accept my sin- Â¬ intellectual power has been so impaired by desired by all classes and conditions of That stands within a dozen rods of where the fast life he led that it is very doubtful cere thanks for the information given I the lo one stood am always delighted to read the Cedar people if he ever attain the distinction he might letters and that is the first thing when Bluff I get Ilelicious Notices have reached had he obeyed the injunction my paper I wish Garkey would write - 6 J Salyer a student of Hazel Green Rev W E Williamson of Lebanon Ky everv week Taste not touch not handle not Academy was called to West Liberty Thurs- Â¬ will KJ Harrison Terril and bride passed here yes Â¬ preach in the Presbyterian Church at Stomach who was quite delicate in con- Â¬ day sight last on accoant of the extreme this route place next Sunday Services at 1030 struction and evidently never intended for terday from Morgan county en tuture to Hol home ly Creek this county their iilseae ef Warren soa ef CoL J P Salyer A ae and 7 P m From what we hear of such usage had charge of the tank or reser- Â¬ May they live long and prosper The little fellow died twe hoars alter his Poultry freezing on the roost not uncom- Â¬ Dr Williamson we take it that he is a very arrival 1b their bereavement the ihmily fine pulpit orator and he being a stranger voir By close proximity and constant con- Â¬ mon but the weather has moderated the tact with the vile fluid in process of rectifica- Â¬ 40 above zero have oar sympathy among us it is hoped that the townspeople tion he became so nauseated that he had no thermometei standing Mrs James P Morrison and son have just Seme thief er thieves entered the smoke will turn out en masse to hear him next appetite for anything but liquor Occasion- Â¬ returned from Menifee county where they Â¬ have been on a protracted is now ef Dr F M Thomas ia this town Sunday The church buildingfor 75 tosup- ally he would take a plate of soup a piece James Lindon has beenvisit sick for a very 100 of bologne sausage a plied with comfortable seats cracker or a peanut last Thursday sight and took several pieces few days but is some bettei at this writing MrsLogan Gose has been very sick for of meat therefrom They went in the direc- Â¬ persons and all who attend will be made some such light stuff without sufficient UNCLE REMUS comfortable to sustain life and coffee at some time nourishment tion of Daysboroagh as a piece of meat was Â¬ Elder D H Fallen pastor of the Chris- such times he abhorred Poor fellow even ibaad ea that road and Dr Thomas thinks tian Church at this place filled the pulpit now when we recall the fearful pains that lie will anearth the rascals pretty soaa last Lords Day morning and evening also used to shoot through his system like poi- Â¬ Heary I Godsey of this place has been on Saturday night previous The services soned arrows and the agonizing efforts he called to Frnkfort to assist Hon W 0 were well attended by the people generally made to swallow some of the hair for the Mize in the duties pertaining to the oSce of and all seemed well pleased with the mas- Â¬ bite of the dog after a debauch how he anrolling clerk of the House of Representa Â¬ terly manner in which he expounded Gods would gag and gasp for breath in attempt- Â¬ tives asd will leave for that place in a few Word p3SEE TIGER HEADS ing to swallow a small portion of the stuff IX THIS SPACE lava The position pays abont 3 per day The prayer meetings at the Christian and our sympathy goes out to him and we won NEXT WEDNESDAY and Henrys friends are very glad that he Methodist churches in this place Tuesday der that Brain the foreman of tho estab- Â¬ has been so lucky lishment had not more sense than to allow and Wednesday nights continue to be pop- Â¬ one of the principal workmen to act so Whenever you wast to systematize your ular places of resort for all who are disposed But Stomach has reformed now and TUhis so simple that a to labor in the Masters vineyard book keeping and make it laudlady says he has a good appetite and re- Â¬ child canaot err therein call at The Heb Didnt We Tell You So tains what he eats XlJ office and examine Searcy Ledger The following from the Vanceburg Cour-Â¬ The Leg brothers twins near Ifyoa use it once you will never consent to ier of last week seems to bear us out in our any two you ever saw andaswhose alike as duty it be without It thereafter It is a daisy and prediction that Rev W L Stamper would was to propel the rectifying machinery it dont yon allow your mental faculties to be- Â¬ bring sinners to repentance Vanceburg being portable got so that as soon as thi come dormant as to the fact is just now in the midst of the greatest re- Â¬ tank was filled for a run they would get full ligious revival it has ever experienced A too Then they would start out to whoop The late cold spell and snow storm played meeting was begun on Christmas em up and go reeling about the streets ad havoc with the mail facilities of the protracted M day at the E Church South by Rev W L without regard to consequences or the feelcountry Not a newspaper of aay kind arÂ¬ Stamper which was in a few days merged rived at this office from Friday the 8th of into a union meeting The church soon be- Â¬ ings or opiuions of the people many of January uatil last Thursday night A pri Â¬ came too small to hold the congregation whom were our friends who held us in high esteem and pitied our assistants for our vate letter from Mt Sterling informs us that and the court house was engaged This is sake There were those on such occasions bo mails were received there after the 8th now too small to seat the audiences com- Â¬ however who gloried in the sight and view- Â¬ iaat until Wednesday the 13th fortably and there is talk of taking the ed the scene with a snakey eye and the SaFea- Â¬ Mr Andy Buskirk of Wolfe and Miss Opera House Considering the long sleep tanic smile of a h born heart who gloat- Â¬ Mary E Chaney of Morgan county were the churches of Vanceburg have fallen into ed in the downfall of our assistants think united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the success of the revival is phenomenal ing the while that such falsity in those Eev D H- - Fallen on the 7th inst at the There have been 35 accessions to the vari- whom we trusted would soon make of us both Revs a mental and a physical wreck But such residence of the brides father Mr George ous churches aud 18 conversions I Attendants Mr H P Lacy arid Stamper Maltbie and May assisted by the was not to be as these two brothers have Chaney Â¬ Miss Laura Toliver The happy couple and local workers are doing a good work and also reformed and instead of following the Â¬ their friends were tendered an elegant re Â¬ the Lord seems to be lending a helping hand meandering course now try to tread the Minister Stamper gave the lawyers a great straight and narrow way Thomas Buskirk ception at the residence of father of the groom on the following day deal of good advice during his sermon last But the reformation was imperfect uutil About 100 of the friends of the bride and night but we dont suppose it will have any an All wise Creator seeing whither our groom witnessed the nuptials and attended effect His eulogy of editors was a very trusted allies were leading us in our weak- Â¬ fine effort the reception ness and how falsely they had treated ua CHILES CO THOMPSON whispered to Mr Conscience who in turn Hold the Fort For I am Coming The attention of the merchants of Eastern MT STERLING KY The following circular will explain itself spoke to us in a still small voice begging Kentucky is repectfully directed to the and imploring us in the name of Jesus to card of Mr J P Rogers who is now with and we hope the merchants throughout realize our duty to ROGERS our God our wife our el will hold their orders un- Â¬ WITH Shipley Doisy Co dry goods merchants Eastern Kentucky til they see Capt Roberts and examine his motner our relatives our menus aye our eorner 4th and Elm streets Cincinnati Mr enemies our country and the develop Regers is so well and favorably known to samples He is certainly one of the squarest mtnt of the resources of Eastern Kentucky GO the people of this section that encomium men who ever took the road and is deserv- Â¬ Although Conscience SHIPLEY DOISY had always been a patronage would seem superflous It is suff- Â¬ ing of a very liberal share of the from as conipmon when we were not engaged in Read what he says icient to say that Shipley Doisy Co-- have of this section rectifying he had a hard time in bringing A PEOSPEKOUS XEW YEAE secured in Mr Rogers one of the most pop us to see our duty but we finally saw he Louisville Jan 13 1886 jilar men they could have found and that was right and determined to abandon the SPEhCEE Coopek lis connection with their house will greatly Mb DeaeSie I will be at your place on or precarious profession which had well nigh inciease their sales in this neck o the before the 10th day of February 1SS6 with ruined us morally mentally spiritually a full assortment of Sample Dry Goods and broods Â¬ physically and financially Cor 4th and Elm Straets Notions as complete in all lines as are usuLicking Valley Scorcher H ally carried by traveling men and Ifeel as- Â¬ In reply to Mr Williams therefore in re- Â¬ C Cox and S J Salyer f this sured that if vour people are needing anv gard to repairs which we may need before OHIO and will hold their orders till I come CINCINNATI city are attending the Hazel Green Acade Â¬ foods make it to their advantage to buy starting up again we most respectfully in- Â¬ form him that we have retired absolutely my When will our citizens come to a re Â¬ of me Highest Honor mwnii Thanking them for the patronage so kind But for a that we are not nor have we ever the importance of building alizing sense of Worlds Exposition ly extended in the past may I not hope that been a fanatic upon any subject and as up a first class educational instutioc at this with an earnest desire to please them and a vsk place WTe admire the enterprise and snap determination to carefully guard their inter- Â¬ there are many distilleries in this section f the Hazel Green people and rejoice in ests I may receive at least a liberal share besides engines saw mills fcc which fre- Â¬ AWAEDED TO quently need repairs we parenthetically in- Â¬ the progress they are making on the high Â¬ of their trade in future Respectfully Very EDUCATION LW4WRSMITHcfthe Jas Clay Cooper and form him that we honestly believe a well way to prosperity B E Jto beets COMMERCIAL COLLEGE displayed advertisement in The Hebald Henry M- - Cox are attending school at this Co With Carter Bros University Lexington Ky Kentucky would enable him to sell more encines place Is it possible that BroHazelrigg Hrudont5 con bogm any week tfa dmy daring the eu fall Dipiomi BkUccw IS o rttUcx Tune to complete Tliey All Give theCrank a Few Tarns own citizens especially more repairs and aid him in se- Â¬ Owaru vat 19 iHti Aersge total cost Uclaliat Tid bring him does netlcaow bis or Eooti ndtUud In a UaJlj f 80 Telegrapfcjr Montgomery girls fond of cat curing more copper work than a million uu Bt Ihoee to the manor born Uterrj Phonography a Trpo Writing specials Ladie reerired Om 6000 Suocwaful Put up thelJoodle for the Sentinel Democrat circulars illustrated with amateur dog train- Â¬ Course free Orcr S00 paptU Urt year froa IS to Grdaate jri I T3 prijUullr larunslioc Chiles Thompson Co of Mt Sterling But the Morgan girls with sparkling eyes ers and school boys i from bj rutteekcri 6pcitlU eoarM tor t efcerUdirtduBr playing hookey 10 uit Eui iawjl want aU the hides tallow ginsengs bees Â¬ The Scorcher above all papers prize iMlla University for lu hilMaiau to iw grtdaiu Rates reasonable and made known on ap- Â¬ Thi bcuiiral cUt U tttedDiploma prtswnud ud totj ii o in this country and propose to And Magoffins gems fair and bright wax plication We treat all alike and all Lex- Â¬ u ThtUadtcj rlro i wtice rtorirr tho BtrfcMt mvri at the columns day and night Glean Tort Book ed Cost top prices for everything of the kind While its Worlds Exposition frr I KiUerirr rracti jay ington mirchacts can largely increase their Brrberit Elliotts belles so fond of fun BerUeu EduciUoc Is nsod only at this Ut aUespnt CoUogs Kh tba UbU radem So if job have anything of the sort it will Pronounce the Scorcher A No 1 College trade by advertising in The Herald The meal led It ianntea Mtew ia basin la Its toimM grada lu PMMnV pay you to write to them and secure iheir The papers are few and far between is 100 a year in advance and as Tor tretor and faU prUtnlari addreaIxlaaten Kr subscription VmSBXTB S SUITS price list You all know tbemao well that That beat The Hebald of Hazel Green Spencer Cooper he pays the postage wives it is unnecessary for us to teJl you about Which Wolfes fair the useand winsome lasses PRANKIilX of glasses Fine Horse Pnrchased iheir merits One thing is very certain Can read without consult the muse Breathitts beauties Floyd Day has purchased of Win Chil hose who hsve dealt with tiem in the past And scan The Hebald for the news ders the fine saddle horse Denmark payÂ¬ have alwcrs fctrnd them OK In writing Powells pinks in The Heeald find kind All the news of ing 125 for hiin- - This horse is said to be tothemyoa may incidenillr mention that Menifees misses the freshestand story read news 10 M Tine Street Cincinnati Oki in The Hee- the G nest natural gaited horse in the moun- Â¬ vea saw their advertisement And in The Hebald find much glory SMITH tains and Floyd says he love aa easy ride Th typeALLISON Apapar li print is 1nm JULD which will insure you a prompt reply J jjat perhaps our readers think it time on whica this To stop such stufljj and we close the ryme as much as any one the ado ro foundry Eoxrom Hnuuuu jwd their best prices tie tt7iiL esCO 0- NEWS Hon VT PT TaulDee Licking Valley Scorcher Our usually level headed coteraporary of the Kentucky Democrat has arraigned Eon W P Taulbee at the barof public opinion for having introduced a bill in Congress to create a lederal District and TJ S Circuit Court for Eastern Kentucky The ground of his objection is that it would involve great cost and thereby increase the burden of taxation already too heavy to be borne What is the costeompared with the benefits that would result to trie people of this sec- Â¬ There arc no people on earth who tion have suffered more or are more exposed to suffer injury in their person or jproptrty from courts remote from their domicil than are the people of this section Hundreds of them have been dragged from their homes to answer at Louisville or Covington for vio- Â¬ lation of the revenue laws only to be turned loose among strangers to beg their wav to I their homes Others were convicted be- Â¬ cause they were unable to pay witness fees to make out their defense Numbers are compelled annually to attend courts at Louisville or Covington to defend the title to their homes or lose them br default for want of means to pay the immense costs they would necessarily incur in a court so remote from their homes This entire sec- Â¬ tion almost is covered by Virginia grants and claimed by non residents and the pres- Â¬ ent is pregnant with future litigation grow ing out of these claims and our people want a court convenient to them where they can defend their title to their lands and assert their innocence when accused of violating the laws if guiltless Our member rightly apprehends the best interests of this section and if he succeeds in getting his bill through Congress tie wil be entitled to and receive the gratitude of his constituents -- Si Cash Dry Goods Store BIF C E WILLMOT Sim P ISI WHOLESALE AND BETATL We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right of Life The Water Humanity for Afflicted IRON IS KING centage et ireH thaa aav other water kwa heacelit Is the most valuable ia the care ef disease used iateraallv or exteraally Amoag the man diseases which iesh m heir toaad for which this woaderfal water is knewa te he a positive ami permaaeat care are the JeHawiagr These priags arc lecated threi awrlwi- of a mile from the heaatifk tews f Basel Green Tha water contains a larger i r Jfe J pc If Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me O E WILLMOT - MT STERLINGY Reese Building - H1NLY -- jE JSCth Mount Sterling Ky DEALEBS IK- - JUDY Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows e- Sole Agents for the World Renowned We apnea d a few of the hasdVeds tes Â¬ timonials which have bees teaderedaa to the efficacy of this water ia disease One lady writes I am sethaafalte tfce Great Giver of all EkssiBgs that I irkil Swango Sprng3- - Freely do I give all tke time and monev spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy a gentleman ot iiuncis says l tautx tfee water of Swango Spring did me more geei than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I w ill certainly be with you again aext sprier Bejfepxxces K T Smith J G TrimbU P L Reese Mt SterKagKy F Ml Hiakle Clarke Ham lick Mrs F M Hinkle CONSTIPATION DYSPEISLLON DISEASES SCROFULA CA-TARRH RHEUXATISH NEURALOIA NEB- VOUS2t ESS a f Ky s w ill afford TENNESSEE WAGONS respectfuliysolicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except G inseng - The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord w A large hotel is bow being bail twhih ample accommodation to visiters For further information in regard te beard HARRISON SWANGO c address JIaiel Greea JZt Or this office H GTTiTiIS 15TTK Aydelotte WHOLESALE HATTERS 2o 613 West 3Luy Stxkxt J l T BREEN SON LOUISVILLE KY B E ROBERTS ttith 1 -i- Importers I Wholesale Druggists I J Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Bros iCo WHOLESALE 1 Dry Goods John A Carter James G Carter D A Forline Jo C Bethel J G Carter Jr s J GEATJitAX 6RAUMAH and Notions 729 731 aad 733 ADA M BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of 3ADT STREET LOUISVILLE KY JAS- - JU SHtnXLKWOETJr SHUTTLEWORTH -- hee Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go ii DEALER IN - Manufacturers and Jobbers of liiuuuiu hgh S 605 W I I 9 I 11 a Ifj ah 5 111 CLOTHING Maix Stkeet NUNNELLY I KTfc LOUISVILLE BOB 4 wmi COMi H JQHSy W JONES DUNLAP BEOS WHOLESALE SADDLERY cis Jeliij NO 10 MAIN STREET CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Alhum F qht Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Tlated Spoons T it - J LDunlsp Silverwari STERLING KY J BG Dunlap W 723 Manufacturers of Saddles Harasss aad dealsrs ia Barrett c MT and 730 W Main St SaddIryHardware LOUISVILLE KY Largest Stock of Clocks in 100 DOLLAR UP Eastern Kentucky 2 00 o- Â¬ We are in the market for Furs Hide3 and Sheep Pelts and solicit 3 75 3 75 9 00 1 00 GEORGE DOLL WITH Rosenberg Fiexner WHOLESALE Go Successors io Rosenberg NathaBJb Flexaer Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods Â¬ Â¬ consignments We also offer the top of the market for thers Ginseng Wool Beeswax Tallow Dried Fruit Beans Sorghum Molasses Eggs Poul try and all kinds Coun try Produce Write for Price List JOHN W JONES N H TRIMBLE ROBT II TRIMBLE e THIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCEHS AND DEALERS IN PTS AND SMS 712 Aif d 714 South SibzJHaik 2th Bet 7th SMOCK WITH LOUISVILLE KX JH Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis Powder Field and Garden la Seeds Mt Sterling Ky DRY GOODS They carry the largest stock and NOTIONS do the largest business of any And Eancy Goods and West Street house in Mt Sterling Wholesale Dealers 715 717 Mallory dr CoM - ESTABLISHED m S845 Main Between 7th and 8th LOUISVILLE KY The Leading Insurance Agency 18S5 1S36 JACOB HARRIS WITH DBY GOODS y 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire Royal of Livorpool WHOLESALE of Liverpool Liverpool and London 9260000 00 and Globe of England 3SS75000 00 1S10 Hartford of Hartford 4541210 00 Mercan- Â¬ 1S09 North British n 4S t pnngneld ot bpnnsfield 2555633 00 CL0THIH8 HMUFACTUBERV 33301000 00 1863 Firtmcns Fund of Cali tile of Enpland fornia 1794 Ins Co of North America 1473026 00 971696 33 183 Northwestern National 1154889 00 724 and 726 Main Street of Philadelphia 1874035 00 1710 Sun Fire Office of London 5S63000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 5333916 46 1S65 Boaunans Pittsbunj Between 7tbaadrl 17S2 Phenix of London 411493 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must he guaranteed by successful and weli kaowa corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price LOUISVTLLr JET-Tbe best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they B GREEN ould a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality aa the WITH A HOFF1LO paramount consideration of insurance Eespectfully WHITE 6REEX Jt HXfyFAXZX Office At Traders and Deposit Bank VhoIesale i OP MT STERLING KY Total Assets of Agency 48848780 80 Levi Newburger Co ru k - ED C B SWANGO DKALKK IX J B L White J B Green er A HuSak Boots and Shoes Wea43iaitt Street 1 Jtlrs 615 7 LOUISVILLE ICY WTTH t ti -- ic GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS COXSTASTLY OX HA2TD A HJ GEO 1 CLARK itii T FCIX ASS02TEEKT OT Si8irs Garson Hanhran 637 W Main E TUCK W1TM ft TYPE Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements LOUISVILLE KY Strt -- r MINTS if 8WMK1 In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTT02I PRICES MairifKtiTKS Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of 642 aad 644 Maia St LOUIIYIXL Country Produce and Live Stock of every description 73 acd 75 WoosterSi 55WT OBvQEttBMpK S 4- - ZilSBSmi 3 i r Zfrimrrz r - X A 4 3 f - mm- - ffiimi Geeen BeeaM hc mf -- A 4 LEGai TALE Xa it np Tea CIupters iRWBorerj look hero my friend what dots this xeett T pointing to a holethroughAwHlolia sponsible vih a view of saving as much wood - HOME AND FARM Shearing lambs in midsummer if claimed by English farmers to greatly increase the growth of the carcass Too much grain i3 often sown whet seeding and too little grass seed Thesa are two common errors Toledo Blade Pound Cake One cup of butter six eggs half a cup of sugar one pint cf flour three quarters of a teaspoonful of baking powder Bake fiftv minutes doguld HJLZEIjjGataQi - 2-- JKEKItTCKT have trawled Why you see theres a crooked Urn them an COCAINE Petees At recent meeting oi theMedico z - -- v r - If v - jliHfiifcidiit4Piu rJratKZiHIriL j- AHiorHr Ue4ares the Kcw Drug Prerral iSJfctTj tela In HinBtoK Hall related that ml CokmiWitCtollege Prof Doremw the Tjrrfet rip tlae snbiect of cocsSfe poison He fc a letter froxTOBg doctor in JEans who been called to at teadj4fcT lie fouad iaarlti- clfcodition She teas In convulsions the pu3 of her3efteje wasIilatedVlier left irci s powerless and there was Three hours later she great sslrratio fee wkofift -- lid decLahatiox 1 -- ft He Vas Thirsty 1 Agood tory came in oar way the other died-we were assured by our inforday Hhe Ssyrbefore she was in her usual mant whichabsolutely true So many good was health except that she was suffering stories so vouched for hive proved to be frora ajsevere toothache She applied day but the Joe Millers a Jour per cent solution of hyperchlor forlLwekiiOW our of an earlier havethat ap-Â¬ anecdote may ntj of cocauiato the gums on the left peared in pfint a thousand times before side of her face where the decayed However we will risk recounting it for the teeth were and s few hours later she first time A certain worthy wiis taken with the sjniptoms described-- j thousand and enough to have gladdened toper bibulous liie iuiusas doctor seat to Jfrolcssor the heart of Filar John or JPeuurgee after Dorenras the phial containing what was a somewhat riotous revel at a friends left of die cocaine and the Professor house became in the end quite speechless table before him tit the and helpless and was carried eomfortably had -- lo bed where he slept the sleep of the just meeting When he made his appear As soon as the Professor received the till mofciH ance at breakfast nest morning he com- letter he set on foot a series of investi Â¬ was suffering host gations as to IheMjffects of cocaine and laiued io histhirst that he JJy JovehcdetcJrible irrrf large number from addressinc the assembled and 4 dared of Instances the symptoms were similar amused company If I had known how to those developed in the case of the thirsty T should bo when I awoke this Kansas woman There were some dis- Â¬ mornlnm I should have drunk twice as said the ProÂ¬ much last night niiltclidll Review crepancies -- But Inhere are wide difierencea to fessor thsyzfiptoms of arsenical poisoning n -h ACTI02LJPF 44 JECTMKXT -- straight wood Well Is crooked wood worth more than Xo IVell Fit take mine straight Come to think of it you araltbrowing in too many chunks of cavity and knots of space Now I can furnish all the cavity toand space 1 want Tve got enough now last me all winter The fconest wood hauler can uot under- Â¬ stand why it is that a man does not care to pay for the gap3 that crooked limbs make in a wood pile ArkansaiqTravcler - Aklnjr After Old Friends Smith Itobinson is in town from Chica- Â¬ go He was asking about you this morn Â¬ ing 13rowu Robinson what Robinson k J j die usual violent convulsions and vomit- Â¬ ing U33rthersit has even acted as a narcotic I am forced to the conclu- Â¬ sion that tfee Kansas lady died from pocaincpolsoning It Is a drug weis yet knwrlittle about and gpreat care shonlLvKr exercised in making use of it Druggists should be required to label it poison A friend of mine said Why labl it poison It is not a poisca jteoplev even acquire -- Ihe coeniiabuvr -- I replied to him iat people also acquired the morphine habit and that surelv no one would denv that morphine was a poison1 ---- iasoniecases arsenic having produced yijf-s- si - rm a cinder from a ladys eye- - She went to ileep and suffered no pain whatever during the operatlori It was the case pf fatal poisoning reported from Kansas was from u local application and It would be- of value to hear from Dr Donglas the result ofjiis experience in applying nearly every day ior manv montas a spray of cocaine to General grants throat- - A friend of his from Peru had told him thatinthaF country where the people have the cocaine habit and where they keep up on it for days withoat food deaths with svmptoms simllir to thoe described in tlie case of the Kansas dady were not uncommon He was con- Â¬ vinced that the druj was one that re Â¬ quired great care In nandling and that druggists should label it poison Dr Boldt related some interesting experiments he had recently made upon dpgsndcats withjocaine i Death had i esulted under heavy doses in a few minutes and the symptoms were anal Â¬ ogous tofhose ieircribd4n the Kansas case- - One of theffects upon dogs was intense salivation coupled with fear of Dr- - Boldt water as in hydrophobia ihad had recently a case of cocaine poisoning from a fifteen luinutes local sipplication to a human being which but for prompt measures would have resulted unfavorable X lr Star iuter-estiBg-that Ir5VJlDam E- - H6Tcomb saidhethnd heard that a fatal cse of cocaine poisoning had occurred in one of the city hospitals Be himself had used It recently without bad effects in removing DEMUBUEE ACTION OF TKESriASS Ills writ - Iast Tlace - ilarfstrate Well of Kesidence did you serve the - - The mans Constable No your Honor bsen dead for ten days Ah indeed 1 Well Wheres the writ jTes your Honor-- l crept in after sun-to down and laid it on his grave I was Iearedt at his last place of residence youTmowr PhmnttplilaCalL VValthis In the grave yard1 In the rave yard I Whj you remember Tom Robinson who went West ten years ago and made a fort Â¬ une Oh yes certainly I remember Tom well fine fellow he was too So he was asking about me What did Tom say He inquired if you drank as hard as ever X Y Sun -- Â¬ An Unfailing Sign dont for ravoraWe Weather to-- countryman How r Photographer would jou like j bur picture taken in a snow storm like tiils qaeiorinstnce looking at the picture Countryman thunder mister thats jest the thing Doss it coat anything extr I Photographer vso the price is tlie same WoT sir CountrynianenllmsiastcalIy the very Just day it looks like snow Ill hitch up an come to town N Y Sun -- What fs it a sign of he asked as he halted a lawyer on Griswold street yester- Â¬ day when yopr finger nails grow out like this in just two weeks The lawyer took tha outstretched hand and looked at the talons for a moment and then replied Its a sign youll have real estate enough to raise fifty bushels of potatoes next year i you dont cleau em5 Detroit Free Press The Household-Sweet Potatoes It is sometime recommended to dry this vegetable for winter use which Isdone in this way First boil them iu very little water or steam until tender remove the skins with any defects slice rather thin and dry in an oven or dry house Field ktnd Farm One third cup of Gingerbread sugar fill the cup with molasses stirred down into the sugar a scant half cup of butter one half cup of sour milk cmo teaspoonful of soda one egg two cups of flour solid and a dessert spoonful of ginger l3eaV thoroughly and bake in a round two qfuartpan The Caterer For family use celery may be trimmed sis if for sale and packed into a box with damp moss rather closely and of course standing upon its root ends A few dozen bunches can also be kept in excellent condition by standing them into a water tight box or tub wth about an inchof water in the bottoui N Y Examiner The keeping qualities of applej are in large part dependent onjthe soil whvre they are grown Thoscmatured ona heavy soil kecpBbeJter thai those grown on sandandjm lieayy soil they are also less liable to t be injured by the codling moth All insects find in dry sandysoibetter facilities forremajning unhaiimediduring winter TroU Times For JNeurfilgia Put a teaspoonful o ammonia-m--a teacup wmd fill with boiling water Take a teaspoonful once every half hour for tvvo hours It will be known in that time whether it is go ing to relieve or not Tliis is good for all nervous pains earache Yieadachn and toothache Never however take ammonia in anyquantitx asit is saW to be injurious but perfectly harmless ia small ones Indianapolis Sentinel Quince Marmalade Boil the quinces until they are- - soft then peel them and run them through a sieve ot on a grater To each pint of pulp allow one pint of sugar and boil for two hours stirring frequently Itis well to place the preserving Settle where there is no danger of burning but where the boiling is continuous The long boiling causes thoColor to become a rich red An inferior marmalade may be made by leaving the skins and cores and pressing through a sieve -- oceed-ing as above Boston Budget Quince Pickles Washpeel quar- Â¬ ter and core the quinces For seven pounds of the fruit allow three and a half pounds of sugar half an ounce of white cloves half an ouneeof stick cin-Â¬ namon a little white allspice a blade of mace and one pint of pure vinegar Boil the quinces gently for fifteen min- Â¬ utes in 311st water enough to cover them boil the vinegar spices and sugar together for five minutes drain the quinces and put them carefully in the simmering syrup of vinegar sugar and spice and boil gently for five minutes put intojars coveringassoon as cold Rural New Yorker Â¬ Â¬ -- GROWING LICORICE AXaatoSd la Steps Taken by the Government to Profit Â¬ rta tt BrHlA MeHeal Journal Dr W Rafe of nlad dkcustts tM ot ably Produce It In Tbl Country honors tda coffee and cocoa oa digeetSoi The State Department at Washington AH of them retard the chemical procewe but most of them stimulate the glaadttiaf is taking steps to ascertainlf licorice can activity and mascular contractions Dis- Â¬ be profitably produced in this country tilled spirits retard the salivary or peptic digestion iutslightly when spansgly ased Last year the UnitedStates imported Wines were found to be highly injurious 89057000 pounds of licorice root to salivary digestion On peptic digestioa aretardine valued at SOO000 and the demand all wines exertglandular innuenc Tfcer stimulate the and muscular ac seems to be steadily growing Ponte tivity or tne stomacn httervoscent wines England has be- Â¬ exert the greatest amount ofgood with fract a locality in come famous for the growth of the the least harm to digestion Wkea oaes order evervthinar goes root and Consular Agent Whitman digestion 13 out ofthe case as from a personal visit and in awry unless uujoin vvqo nau ot TT Seals writes uj noiiaire uaa oaa ays spection A sandy loamv rich soil of pepsia for seven years tne digestive apparÂ¬ depth sufficient toallow the roots a con- Â¬ atus is kept in apple pie eating order by siderable downward growth Is a first Warners Tippecanoe the best appetite condition The beds are prepared very producer and regulator in the world Tea even in mimite quantities complete- Â¬ much as they are for celery Buds and ly paralyzes the action of tho saliva- - The suckers are used iu planting Three tannin in strong tea is injurious Weak years and a half are required to mature tea should be used if at all Strong coffee and are also injurious it used in exa crop and the first harvest takes place cess cocoa Cositvopotiian The in September following the fourth spring Frosts such as one expe- Â¬ The man who has the courage to rienced in Yorkshire winters do not discuss politics with his wife would not harm the roots which are hardy and shrink from contradicting his mother-in-la- w unaffected by parasites Planting and on matters relating to the proper harvesting entail the chief labor the management of babies TJiit such a growing crop requiring little attention man rarely dies of old age Fall fiiver The first and second years after putÂ¬ Advance ting down the beds crops of potatoes Bogus butter A goat without aorhs and cabbage are raised The investiga- Â¬ - a Zs H 2 rune ix IwXtafiffr StZ Bt la tt Xsrsater We have tested of-- -j MTlftt aasst t wrtttim Cream it ataai cn by wTb rr MohMets wffl tlwr zAmita V fcd fta aUirrh areata- MMBLhM if u4 tdreat troemrKiV M MX Eiera preTiJaiit thxa c eIataotTeeommead Elf Ctms Balsa too biAir- - ire zSSLtetA tA H bs SGVir iTrtJcJ5lyarthjoacJiarnrt TOce5ectarBb7inaUratIfC3gtMJLii JSUUiJ i3DrajBtau 0fay OjuJ JM T-- XiXL rVEMORESTS PATTE RKS Olf UNPARALLELED OFFER U ItlHStraUA with friiMttl 4rrl intfa Thategrsvurem and Oil JPmTmtmm Of all the Magazines THE T s AacxV Each copy ef tarss A CmspoB O deiveailtlfcc the fcoItr to U Hittm ef sav patters-- QcHrated ts the fosfctcs dcavtmet is f Ue sfces awishewwi that sttafcer Je t Subscribers or Pvxchzasmens tt ccf W 0errtii r 2Ht m tor states the rather discouraging fact that the raising of licorice has greatly fallen oft in Pontefract owing to the cheapness of production in Spain In England the propagation is the chief item of expense Consul Marston Malaga reports that where the lico-Â¬ at rice takes ropt in Spain it can be eradi iated only with the greatest difficulty Ihe ground is pulled over everything in sight being takdn once in three or four years Within a jear or two the licorice appears above1 the ground in little sprouts and the roots rapidly spread until nothing else can grow --- Rochester BoO rtrtxenttaaiftfiir pojtics lzwsB mtrrt byrttora atw aatlkim vxj au iiXtt9 cf the g3iianilliMujiiuai fees lie ilajaiise ocasaltlsi complete patters ar The Value - NewRendering of an OldjSong Constructed expressly to harmonize with the latest medical opinion on1 the subject of kissing babies I will not kiss the bVby The darling- Uttlo iotrer She might catch the diphtheria And die within an hour I will not kiss the baby The precious little elf She misht have the diphtheria Which 1 would catch myself - Bo3ton Courier Â¬ m -- NURSERY HINTS Directions For Mothers Who Believe That Prevention I lletter Than Cure vir In a recent book by Marion Harland m v - 1r ii 4 A INDIAN HUMOR Very Slender Outline of an Aboriginal Fairy Story or pv Onceoipon atlme there was a dwarf 80 very small in size thatwhen he killed wren all by himself too hethought he was a hero In the first degree and strutted round In the grass as proud as ifhehad Ihurieveralbfaves of another tabelnshigle combat He had one r half of the wren a fair half none of your irregular fractions cooked at tmce for a feast for th s whole lodge and told his sister to cure the skin as he had a mind to make himself a feather coat And by and by he did another wron to death and then he got his coat But happening to go to sleep one day in the sunshine the heal made the birds kins slirjvel atp so that they became quite uncomfortably small and th dwarf Avas fuilous He vowed he would psigJSthesun out So he got his sisfgr epiait a rope out of her hair and havÂ¬ ing made a tlip knot in at he pegged it down on the other side of the hill close to the top of it just where he had noticed the sun was ac- Â¬ customed to get up And sure enough when the sun rose next morning it ran its head right into the slip knot and got caught The con Â¬ sternation in nature was prodigious until the dormouse remarking what was the matter went aud nibbled the plait through and released theluminary whereupon everything winL on Justus if hdlhing hadhappened But the dwarf came home to his sister in high dadgoon He was not going he said to bother himself about suns any more It was not MTorth his while He had more serious matters to attend to And so he began making preparations for going out on another wren hunt Such in the bald outline is a red Indian fairy story which seems to me to Illustrate fairly well the tone of the humor of those aboriginal Americans Thehero Is a dwarf and this is as essential point In the folk jests of a people who consider a fine physique the iirst qualification of manhood and in his pompons pursuit of very small birds andsubsequent inflation when he is successful in the chase the leading uharacteristlcs of the red man are slyly burlesqued- - He succeeds in an im Â¬ possible exploit and in the true spirit of a hero make bo fuss about It but when the sun is sefcgov the dormouse he4iffects to lhinT5uStrirle5assuri- ojftcfiingbeneath ham and sets himself ieriously to the task of kilIiuranotber Chcre is a 216 wlty In the flavor wren f tins fooling and a freshness of bcene and circumstances that so It appears t me make the absurd stgry very attractive San Francisco Ingksidc s --S- S I IF wftW PLEA this is the third winter Ive this bonnet and Im married to a man too mean to buy me another one Chronicle Common Sense in the Nursery she attributes much of the babies sufferings from cold to the placing of the children on the floor to play She says In the best warmed room there is inevita- Â¬ bly a current of cooled air close to the floor in which as baby sits on the atrpei ACTION OX THE CASE his feet are bathed while his shoulders She considers-anothe- r may overtop it Mamma Was i Martyr prolific source of trouble the holdr Ta said a Philadelphia lad what is a iug of the young monarch close to the martyr window the air in close proximity to Oh dont bother me the window panes being several degrees Ma what is a martyr cooler than that further in the room Why my son Im a martyr and more or less draughts through the Tou a martyr exclaimed her husband How so casings of the window can not be pre- Â¬ worn Why English experiments in telephoning between a light ship and the land have The proved remarkably successful vessel selected was anchored ten miles from shore in sixty feet of water For eight months messages of all sorts have been sent and received in all weathers with but a single interruption from a break in the cable Pasaiug vessels have been signalled and reported or-Â¬ ders transmitted from owners to their 1 Auctioneers have a nod way of recoiviag ships approaching or leaving port the state of wind and tide comraunicatedto bids iWO Bicayune waiting mariners and timely notice A Lovely Complexion given of the occurrence and location of What a lovely complexion we oftea wrecks hear persons say I wonder what she does for it In every caso the purity and 2Tew England fanners never tire of real loveliness of the complexion depends looking for gold in their rocky pastures upon the blood Those who have sallow A promising mine has just been opened blotchy faces may make their skin smooth and healthy by on the farm of William JMott near Pierces lGolden taking enough of Dr Medical Discovery to Slocumville in a wild part of Western drive out the humors lurking in the system Rhode Island The rock is said to assay S175 to the ton and the gravel veins Winter is 3 trying season for hogs In S75 to SS0 There arc three veins one Chicago LovceU Citizen of which has been traced three quarters TTho Poor tittle Ones of a mile extending southwesterly be- Â¬ Wo often seo children with red eruptions yond Slocumville and there are pockets on face rough scaly skmand and in which the ore assays as high as S200 often sores pn hands the head These things Indi- Â¬ a ton Machinery is being put in and cate a depraved condition of the blood In mining on an extensive scale is to be tho groivlnsrperiod children have need of pure blood DTwbickW build up strong and begun Boston Budget healtny bodies If Dr Pjercos- - 4Goldea Medical Discovery is given tho blood is A dentist in Paris has latch put a purged of its bad elemeuts and the childs development will be healthy and as it gold filling in an elephants tooth should be Scrofulous affections rickets m fever sorei hip joint disease or other grave A TNoted Ladies Seminary maladies and suffering are are to result In no institution of learning in the coun- Â¬ from neglect and lack of proper attention try is a more complete education given than to such cases in the celebrated Notre Dame near BaltiA LUCKLESS sportsman wanders aim lessly more Maryland The Sisters in charge say about in the wood Detroit Free Press they find that Red Star Cough Cure suc- Â¬ MrLO soothing and healing is Dr Sages cessfully removes all colds and throat trouCatarrh Remedy bles among their pupils Itis absolutely free froni4oisou and costs but twenty five cents A Texas steer go there and grow up m iÂ¬ descriptions of about five thousand of the best bred Percherons and none but the produce of recorded sire and dam are now eligible to entry Every one is familiar with tho old breeding axiom Like begets likear thelikenesa of some of its ancestors From this alono the most obtuse mindwili readily perceive that a knowledge of those ancestors is as necessary to the suc cessful breeder as the perfection oi the animal himself Stud books are histo- Â¬ ries of the individuals of a breed and are therefore the only means by which the value of any animal ior breeding purposes can be measured while the worth of animals of unknown ancestry however ffnethey may He individually can only be ascertained by experiment This is the reason why animals of es-Â¬ tablished pedigrees tracing through a line of excellent ancestry always com- Â¬ mand higher prices In this advanced age ot scientific breeding any person attempting to disparage thevaluc of pedigrees or opposing improvement through the means of stud books must bo actuated by selfish motives and should be regarded with suspicion There are many horses being imported rom France of whoeonnnn6trunjr known --- of the Percheron Stud Book of France jetttaUcealurCae ff W Jenalnrs Drra est PuIjWher 17 c 4jh C HwYTc It contains the pedigrees andbrjef VoL SCd b J e xjdeaTer ad Pomafera 19W 1 11 per Tear IcclaiEsg VelT faIHsuKccpK4raa ot iteea and kinds selected Ssd twenty eeaU for t te enmtet scasoer wtta rattera Conpca and ytni witt eertaIsJyabacrlbe for a ysw aai OSTLY TWO DOXXAXS i LSftfjt fiiciwki Von wnrret them by beyta ti JLLMiXjhHjS 1A- t JVPTTOJ ftaw nair nf uon will ttW This ban ben ninol tarothn- - Arcticseast foei yeftm nrorj to a- Taeyrema0 the janasorcajesi pectUy for d JC Henderson O OUcaa ceHs U UlUJ ucmuwt nn w v TT VJ all town jtiiUyM tfceia They axssoUrt and shu teimlsnni and fit DtearfWnr TT G 3E X ft C loiu wst eef SPECIAL PUSS GXTJt SOOTS ar made rfcew Arctics msS Hoota coafra uwiq weroMina twice a mm ordinary made coodsteatas they will CaJ II f r-- tfe ltTrilsaveyoa moner to boy tfeetn TTf er tch Sobtaizud PfBE by dealers oaly from C X KESBfcBROS tha maafctarex3 ot the caisfcraU COChle3o Boots Eboes Red School CO UEADERSeS EXTJtA AHCnCVliltieC CITW 0TiiJ j wr B vvib firifffffk Thess Discs xenresent IWfl X2iey ihe opposite sides IBM A SON of for Coughs Colds hh Sora 15iroa aa Alleviator of Consumption and of rrsa t benefit in most cases of Dyspepsia lEVi3r3FirfiTATJMS- are tha resHlUoTeyar Capsieain CoHgh Drops fottjiW giyerinw B H DOUGLASS LE RAGES LIQUID CLUE MENDS EYERYTH1HG 5wocdLeaUiraTr4igrrS ic j China Eumltare SSrongas Irei Boirfaa a Xacfc quaauiy sa line utaiyear amocntnf t ot I fire 1 Bnc-i-brar IXiUlM BUMS Kyjaf Cafalra WM u AriL cst JbotUVEBVliODlf VwV WJfflLtJ I A1 deiwrs cvn selllt 32 MILLION VlT3rt TTarweti KJcBSDMlfB - fniitfrcardnnd Pmnontrfil Strcnrert Gtaa kaw 2A2 SSS2Si n JfTnO Ttousaauscf tafants are slowly starving becaase motbjrs can not provide thepropcrEourtshiaent- - AlÂ¬ ternate nursing aad Kidses Kood will of tea supply all the tact and quiet cghts and happy Joyous days will be the result Try It mothers If yonr calk Is sot In perfect health and sec If y oa can not loin In testimony frith the thousands wfcosava been blessed by lis use Ax off hand acquaintance Hartford Sunday Journal a buzz saw with the country OH City Derrick ITlYSPArJfcK AJJVJRTISI3iG lr afllicted with Sore Eves use Dr Tsnac Thompsons Eye Water Lruggiit3seliit23c stovepipe Interview with Mri Wilson Soule a Jarge Kepresentative Advertiser as to Its Ben- Â¬ efits From tho New Haven Conn Ocu lb 1W3 Oct at the elbows The tramps coat and AT Y Jmtrntil A Kevcnjjeful Wonian Xot long ago a butcher in this city sold a woman a piece of meat which when taken home was found to be bad It was re-tunitMl hut Ihfi butcher refused to take it back replace it with another Triece or re fund tlie money The woman nursed her vratli as Burns says to keep it warm One Satur-l uid slie planned to get even y night when the butcher and his assist- Â¬ ant were busily serving a number of cus- Â¬ tomers the irate female walked into the diop and throwing a dead cat on the meat That makes ten I will oloek exclaimed get the other two by to morrow None of Hie customers In the shop at the time took bologna nor did they ask for a nice piece Kingston Freeman of rabbit ot 3Incli of a Tob --Dont try to bully me sir Eagley I wont have it Who are you anyhow to put on airs around me Bldwhard J sir I am a self made man sir ami I want everybody to know iti Lv6rybsMiy does Know it sir and everj bodv consider you a very poor workman PAilcdciplilu Call -- IV - ymj n r-- hWtrvini x a Jyfi tTr f is 55 MA KI -- f it T w tK i L - - - A iWd-- i- vented Sudden changes from the room used as a nursery to the halls or rooms with Herald lower temperature are another evil which might be avoided by extra wraps VIIT when it is necessary to expose a baby to such a change Flannel night dresses coming below the feet far enough to al- Â¬ -- c low of being drawn tightly at the hem forming a bag without preventing the baby using his feet with perfect freedom yy are one of the means to prevent expo- Â¬ sure at night Marion Harland suggests loops on the lower edges of thT mat-Â¬ tress and corresponding buttons on the blankets as a safeguard against expo- Â¬ KOTES sure to cold in the night Mretinjr with Toor luck In the daytime have a mattres cov-Â¬ Tramp at the back door Will you ered to put on the lloor for baby to stretch and roll on or a box with tides please give me something to eat not more than five or six inches high Woman Not a thing entirely padded on the inside and large Tramp Nor nuthin to drink enough to hold the baby and his tcys Woman Nor nuthin to drink this with a high baby chair having a Tramp No cast off clothes table attachment will prevent hours of Wonian None Well would you tell a poor un-Â¬ suffering anxiety and toil Tr imp One wise mother whose babies are the fortunate man what time it is N Y pictures of health bundles them up every Sun day as warmly as though they were to go into tlie outer air and they are car- Â¬ IX ried and allowed to run wheu large enough about a room the windows of which are all open This allows them to have all the benefit possible frcra outer air when the weather is so in- Â¬ y 5eL J7fr clement that they could not betakon A out of doors These babies rarely have a cold and when met out of doors in BOXDr winter they are a charming tight ApÂ¬ parently they are clad in such a way as Some Good Advice to be perfectly proof against cold Soft Two tramps one of them a young man woolen dresses and cloaks hood tied the other well advanced in life bad jusl closely under the cnTu warni leggins left a house where they had been supplied thick soled shoes without heels and with a bountiful dinner when the snow is on the ground rubber 1 say Bill queried the younger of the boots complete their costume With two where do you spose well get our red checks shining eyes and clear ringÂ¬ supper ing voices they are tne embodiment of The old tramp turned on him in disgust health and happy childhood Christian Union Sunday Union Jfr Wilson Soule Secretary and Treas- Â¬ urer of tho Hop Bitters Manufacturing Cot any has been spending tho last two Pi kesToothacue Drops cure in 1 minute 23c Gtenns Sulphur Soap ealsand beahtifies 2Sc GEEM VsCoas REiiovERklilsCornsaBunidns Lowell Citizen AN ns Ak artist in black A designing widow jf da here arranging his advertising matThe best cough medicine is Pisos Cure ters and was interviewed by a Uxiox re- Â¬ Iknd Commlsaloaer St Panl MIbiw porter as to the results and the worth of for Consumption Sold everywhere 5c m Ho said that for newspaper advertising A rcsnrKG young man The scene shifter tbo four years previous to IS7S they spent The ambler all their money in bill posting and circuTho demand for thcIirprovedMVSOX fc 1XJLM lars from which they received no profit in tlN PIANOSU ncT to tan that a n cond addiÂ¬ tion to te fact jry h s fceomie raperailve Do doc fact they got back just about half what it require one quarter as much tunlns as Pianos on cost them for making tho medicine and prevaiilnsr wrest pfn sTstetn Commit Cslabraefree 3J8 t Tor printing and distributing the circulars lin Styles of OKOAXS Â¬ Cash Easy Payments or Kened In the spring of lbTti they placed an adÂ¬ vertising order of 40tXwith H PHubmm h HAMU8 0R8AM bard of New Haven The results were Â¬ 146 Wabash Ave Chicago 11 sales of 107000 They increased the adwuc 1 tJ lWtosSti- ManicIWKBJk vertising the followingyear to 100000 the Ne Baps to Gat Qrf Uorsss Uitss sales being J36OO0O The next year they spent 120000 with MbOOOO sales and the Celeoraied MMrsE 3IJHTU and 1SICIULE Combined next year the expenditure was slightly in- Â¬ can not db itippeu y anr norsc saa creased as also the tales They argiu from pieuaitertoanyFartox tne us Â¬ COCSXRy tie Free taert Lands and CHEAP LANDS fc Klnrtesota Dakota Montana daho abtRRtoo and Oregon The Best Agricnltnrat SZSZ raxlnff and Timber Lands sow apea to Settlers HtEE Xddw CHAS S LAMBOXN Japsof 3fOItTHXBS Sewi for Description iu Â¬ PIANOS ORGANS M i Red Star TonrW - ts m m mm - itrtteng judicially and thoroughly implied is Vie this that nothing bat sirnbn pure iieistpaper ad burs road to success HaU JuL 0UGHIURE basting TnE small boy is trimmed with birch rod blows off Itis the sound you hear wheu your hat Bloomington Eye What is laughter asks a philosopher SAFE SURE X UuroeiBTs Absohiteltt Free from Opiates JZmetics atut Poison free aa receipt of HI SoMhyall Saddlery Hardware and Uarseas r i rtmm Dealers Special discotrat to thd iffjDiiyA Trade SB Send for Prire Ltst JC- - LianTnoussrtocbesicrJf T jyQ JH 3 PROMPT utn Driux Croup TUECaiBLE3 XTOQZLZK COBILTISOSCSB 25 taoject to- - IMKJ Best Coash Sympt Tsj- - soot in time soia ny arosxats CSSES WHE2E AIL ELSE FAILS TJsa sS1 Plexty of room at the top remarked a dealer as ha ojened an apple barrel and found it only half full Daitsvilk Breeze I beak you have a new baby at your Yes and she is an excellent house Well she has cook Hows that Ifas-been making us stir about already ton Budget I u4e in every una Coughs 0 Whooping - Cough t vtq5it QAW M Blind 0 -- ALL ENC1NE3 hlZKX D3e- - ed Price ZJM rrwfc -- Hcsbakd tryingsto read Whats that baby yelling aboiiunow TVife Poor littla thing She see the moon through the window and is crying for it Husband Well for heavens ake let her have it anything to stop that noise JV 1 Sun m Krt wSShhk Kew HoHander r m s trttaBdy atcMrtw flf iiMt rnSene nk VSTSSLPCCXULTmdWtiXT VXVIXTSXXTZSZ i Bits s Po1Uts rmattr Iwuk iten Hu Ciscucds of oHf or th wont kind tautiiwin tr ot lame hnbetacam Iadcd itreae is my Cxttk ta in Benr Iwlll MjdTWO HOTT1J3 FK2X t4NretrMhaVAC CONSUMPTION IGerBajs Astfanta Cure cferou r jun r 1mrdialTrlifm aaiaaeepeiiecq times waersaJtotawsmi ttt the heathen know nothing aboutl inSoap I quired a Sunday tchool teacher was the anTwer that came out like the crack of a pistol from the small boy at the foot oi the class Chicago Ledger -j - What great blessing dowe enjoy tha Â¬ ASTHMAcyS oe iesjcp irvunutnnfiuwtiiiifpcM 1JXMC rncm SBPift1 ts Jl Giaxts are always sorrowful men They are always troubling people with their size Gcxst I say landlord your food is 31 T J worse than it- was last year I iitmuiuru V Y Telegram Impossible sir -A fhixteb called a newspaper cot of a fat pig a fine specimen of BcCTCET snop dealers iu Syracuse N Y have failed because they were without the pale of credit Buffalo Bzprefs - IXJUSCTIOX Ienuybuuker In Danger Esmerelda Longeoain one of the most attractive belles of Austin said confi- Â¬ dentially to her lnother who is a poor but virtuous widow Old Urdgo Pennybunkcrpropdsed to me lat night bhall I tcl him yes No myMaughter of coarse not Ue it too old for you lie is worth fifty ihousHiid dollars Ill liave to be satisfied with him myself Iupiose Jtst let me attend to him r Pexas fhiQs 31iss 1 S K Jtyi LI ft irs Gfdffigt ruiin mv H Ttftf- - 7 i ffl 9ir in o uoiivs iiyi r iy a I - A bad case of it Several gentle- Â¬ men were talking about love and Gil hooly said he had an uncle who went crazv on account of the tedder passion replied Gus De That nothing Smith my cousin Tom is more in love Is he than any man I ever heard of Is he He is so mvoh really in love in love that he has become a letter-eerie- r so he can get to read her letters Beside- - as letter carrier he sooner knows if sheis getting letters fromany other feller Texas Sitings Srady cf Svsst Gaa fiTCe tG frop treeof staaaaesaae stoit teelataeSoatXconiMaedirttliatesEade rroi tS MuUelnpUctot tie old telds For ssl by n drs Cists XS cenu T ooxarscrMPTioNr OBGASSH eaut3r Itfart vd Mae CJjsrckss THETRPAKEyTg W Australia at i foreataloiue- - and TirrTiifrm ftat smi mtur - Adftek it and type-hog-rap- si OO per bottle r A 8fi ftCSCD OprUae Wu4as What season of tho year is most in need of a handkerchief Winter when it blows it snows Clucoyv Tribune Biixtauds must be an easy game for its mostly done on cushions Stockton Mave- Â¬ rick Fijrures hnveberen produced show- SOhathereare dbuble the number ijnllesof ispuuiKpavemenr in use m xoejtpmes xtirmis country roar tnere are ifSiTlhe cities of Europe which ias 5eBosidered the borne of asphalt WRIT OF ATTACHMENT cat --Tz 1 haia mxla th dlM arla or FITS BMLSPSY or FALUKQSlCSSEiiSjLnflonpitcdr tvarrmotaj cum Bess atbrs ha rsie4j to cur tbror worjtnow failed is co reason reelris a can Send x Cnce for trolls al a Fr Btt cf ury lefalUW Offlca ratdj Giro KsprM a aad Post jotz it cea Jed cvuii3S iur Mia wturati unarms ur a u uvri lP8rtStNowTrS tUneaodnnbitTeibmrstara watn 1 Mjcur CURE FITS umHmta iarytowwpiDa t I Bests andl Jet nt u u7c iTwuiJxu aiiTcr wara cm aelaftJ nanir antt Wirra sent CO- - Dwji 1 1 S I PI Kr wncrf Wholes landreaUjrfcl4 BCfeirehlACoLjS WaaagJtt yCMtaay BlJti It 1 WnTITi TratM ard enml trithon Mlrff BWMH TtuctrSertindprn- TKZX Cniriar uitai - Tainta4a annsifwvz If yon vaac n tena u rear same V o aa mrtaoStstt ca St The national Co 33 C O Aa aetrre M aa or Wants In ewry couarr to itU obi- saAt SibnlliL FxvnuesTn Soai t Dt jrT Puctvulaj ad- - Hlln li J IlffsrK UiliiUllU JLXK pviBg Jlo Wntcil Wood j man w1k bad engaged several cords of A waod f a fa wer twont out into the back yard and saw tlmt tlw farursr was fonlintr 1 Here youve just had yonr dinner ho and you begin to wonder where sail youll getsuppcr If thats the kind of dis Â¬ position youve got young feller you had better quit the profession and go to work -- Life rPatents are issued in this country at the rate of sixhundred a week and yetarxnan who paints his mustachcis without anyrhoaris of concealing a deception which deceives no one Alia California Hgmor has about the same enlivening ef-Â¬ fect on some people that a setting hen has on a china egg St Jaul Herald A town in Dakota has actually adver-Â¬ tised for a brass band Such things are only possible in tho woolly West PhUa dilphla Call nEAFHESS and BUXNlflSiayEARS sou m cured aew a used w tin great success m n sieiuoacet relieved Austria- uescrUM ieana iir Uculara DC tVl rfr iffgwf RKf AtttnHes f ipsa5rIiU5f - nnmiHk5 FdchctT Wi jDwam IJook v lc alrA Letlrr Writpr KjIiumib tne iii kirTMtttB loaSr Srtt VtMic K IItiICntreatmrtsrntrrr Are KLiOND JM UAarursKaaeQiIIl Â¬ PfJtftlUl ec-Ui- iuilS - TartTCAM lDrltiBlBffRr Address LAhKAiJL AUUAil J a JTblV VSCO 1MX lAfrrn fMnVw ftH - 3 tHSl ilSS PWPRY WAIIAH afferiDKwlth local veatns kwwttl nwmftn eahpruwnpb7ilean turpar 4drcu D2 FETE2ULA Ajuwux Oms nVIMi tiaiL from VvilH ieaaCOtasc IiaJiCaNY WIXKS WKITllvU TO AUVKKTISr KS v tk Ja4verUdMftK e iy yon in lea ti g er i yufli r 5 h t- - J - - - C1r S V Sh V- r J 2 p v J v i tl - - ajf ijl - ff 2 Cj - - aW 1 m aai Bm mUtiJ av 1 ho vt BL aai Bh VSP IrKK THE HEEALB OE A OISY ATORLD 17ITH 2TBWS PROM ATT 1 J H B A J J B Jy T BJ TB T m niinjigiii V 0 3S Af PKCER COOPER Owner and iEiitof -- j XATIOS 1S86 A 5100 A YcARr Alwjijfs iovaCf I Eivel Geeen Herald VOLUME mtHfr k the WMtoprntr p Wtefeeti In Waife Cesnty eg largely In the couaties ef Lawrt HAZEL GEEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 WHAT NUMBER 47 PITH AND POINT SHE IS NOW ai0CW4MKj4erra2ewell FHteMKtt Jelfee BSHttstiIL Fieri MKBntkKt tb latter eleves feeiRpPerrr with M- tAgropapec of aay kiad THE HRALD And fruigeil with lushes of Iarker hue A golden brown are her radiant eye And the milk white teeth that her smile Otsclose Arc Uke pearls enshrined in the heart of a lovely brovrn tbat Hr balrlswhen the BnriBnlne onturns To eolA It Ilea rose JS bo enterea uon 8tscriuon her ht 8O0JCS unless accomBanied br the saonev v Are breathed by the maimed and the halt no frbcriptiH vrtll be receiveii for less ah Six and blind Hutx Some day up In Heaven a saint she will be Ji oaths ADVEETIS1SC RATES 2rru onlj a hospital nurse Is she Margaret Eitingc in Harpers Weekly Advertisements inserted at tev-ave oesta per Incn first insertion an -ve cents lor eaca tabsequeat laser Aaf airas the snow are her helpful hands 8STiaeTa can reach room people y And herlnw broad brow and her slender aa advertiBaeHtin Its columns tban by any thmut otttWBeKBS Try it aad be convinced And ene filto about tith a falrv jyrace yggnaircp Erotr Whdsesdat Wobkis And her voice is sweet as a wild birds note bt Aye sweeter youd say you heard her speak water mad tlter In the cheeriest way to the weary and weak ECBPCRrraOV katus To the weary and reak for her life Is fLOQ fyOBeYear passed tPj ox iHoata t4raiipf In scenes the saddest that one eould find AJtrity In And the many praj ers that are prayed for o Trill COOPER jaeBt -- C l JAvKf vSG ratetes kaovs a xeftrqfji airtla Jjm StSttsSfc7 PEKCKR COOPER PKQFES1QWAL --- ktrrer advert Reinentsjafc HtieP Greejk Kf- i a na THE TOENABG sssfcssaagj yCTsajt aw xMtiiiure ana -- middle of July all our tornadoes come from the southwest they come into the great basin that supplies the vast col- Â¬ umns of heated air which rise from the bosom of the Great Lakes This afflox to the Lakes produces a very large area of low barometric pressure The tornadoes which arise at other sea- Â¬ sons move off to the Atlantic seaboard in the southeast for a like reason I have spoken of tho air which goes from the tornado I say that the tor- Â¬ nado is nothing more or less than a solid column ot compressed air with three powerful motions namely A terrible whirl or revolution on its own axis which in the main is perpendicu Â¬ lar to the plane of its flight an upward screw like motion and the motion of flight or translation These motions are named in the order of their velocities It is hard to estimate the velocity of this whirl it can only be a matter of con- Â¬ jecture It must be many thousands a Â¬ j THE FAMILY FRIEND How the Pooplo of Different Ages Ha v -- by One Who Knows uTeaKS Jcizpminea minute The upward spiral motion is not near so rapid but vastly greater thanIidtindaiS aiotion which va ries wittn thtrfoiitour of the country making the Western tor nsulo a subject of special study during the past ten years and have been led to AT LAW the following conclusions as to the naÂ¬ ATTORNEY ture of the meteor leaving out of the HAZFT GEEEN KY present discussion the manner of its Win practice in Wolfe and adfoininir conr generation I present these convic- Â¬ ties Collections will receive prompt atten f tions They are not creations of acci- Â¬ taon dent springing up haphazard no one PATTERSON HAZELRIGG knows how or where but thev are sov erned by law The grand cause of their inception course and motion is the ATTORNEYS AT LAW law of gravitv And the trifling dust whirl we see on our prairies and in our roads during a summer afternoon is HI STEELING KY governed by exactly the same law as im- Â¬ pels tlie frightful tornado Since my SAMUEL McKEE attention has been turned to the subject ATTORNEY AT LAW I have noticed hundreds of those toy tornadoes and have enlisted my friends KeflW Jefferson street t in the observation during this time I LefJUTFlIXE ET 19 IracticeBin all the State Courts ao have never seen or heard of one revolv- Â¬ pocial attention given to business of all ing with the hands of a clock or in this kinds in the United States Courts X1LKASH I ae been T A EOSTESXACr fashion ATTORNEY AT LAW KOTAEY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS Hazei Green Kx J M QuitxAX J C Ltkiks QULLLN LYKINS Fit On the contrary their motion has in Â¬ variably been the other waj or contrary to the motion of the hands of a clock as in this manner EfTAT Kv Camptok AGENTS Titles examined taxes paid for Collections a specialty Heal estate b ugrht and sold on commission Will prac tice in Wolfe and adjoining- counties non-res-dmts ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND REAL DR E B GARDXER PHYSICIAN ANDxRGEOfl of Wolfetin Hazel Gbeev Ky Offers his services to the people adjoining counties drTXiTkashj PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Hazel Greex Ky Tenders his professional services to the itl ensof Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on Broadway J B TATJLBEE fUTSICM SUE5E0N Mi D There is a very simple reason for this motion in fact the whole mechanism of the tornado is of the simplest charac- Â¬ ter when the law of gravity is applied as the key to its solution All its actions conform to this law Leaving aside the discussion of iLs initial formation at this time I say The tor- Â¬ nado springs out of a circumscribed area of high barometric pressure and moves forward in the line of leat resistance or toward areas of low pressure It never takes form and motion until past mid Â¬ day It is never generated in the night time It is never brought into action during a cloudy daj or soon after a suc- Â¬ whirling motion contrary to the move- Â¬ ments of the hands of a watch Prof W M Davis of Harvard College in his monograph on Whirlwinds Cvciones and Tornadoes sav It is found however that all storm jet studied turn from right to left in the Northern hemisphere and from left to right in the Southern Such constancy points to something more regular than the accidental strength of the winds to some cause that shall always turn the indrafts to the right of the center as they run in toward it in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemis Â¬ phere and this cause is found in the rotation of the earth on its axis There is a force arising from the earths rotation that tends to re-Â¬ flect all motions in the Northern Hem isphere to the right and this reflect ingiorce varies with the latitude be-Â¬ ing nothing at the equator and great- Â¬ est at the poles There is a simpler reason and more tropical in its character It js this Bear in mind the tornado comes into being only after midday and further only after a succession of still clear daws these conditions induce the fol lowing atmospheric status in the North- Â¬ ern Hemisphere The air to the south and east of the point of cyclonic disturbance has been more influenced by the suns heat than uirj point to the north and west of it rarilieation has ensued vast columns of air have been thus lifted and corre- Â¬ spondingly areas of low barometric pressure as compared with those north and west have been esÂ¬ tablished But the suns influence to the south has been of several days- - dura- Â¬ tion so much so as to warrant the con- Â¬ clusion that this area of low pressure in this direction is a constant factor the adventitious factor is the area of low eastward caused by the suns Eressure the morning Now the the first impulse of the air which goes to form the tornado will be toward the south in the direction cf the longest continuing area of low pressure and for the same reason its next impulse will be toward the east giving the resultant motion as shown in this figure -- over which it passes The configura- Â¬ tion of the land governs this motion en- Â¬ tirely retards or accelerates it while the tornado hugs the ground and often- Â¬ times switches it oft completely into the upper air In this manner the rate of progression can vary from ten to one hundred miles an hour This motion is thus erratic in its character I know of one instanco where the tornado retraced its course for a mile or more and then shot oft at a right angle to its orig-Â¬ inal direction Now a few words as to the charactei of the funnel shaped cloud This is onlj tho manifestation of the crater of the solid destructive ascent below I have said that the tornado is a solid column of compressed air whirling with fright ful velocity Some idea may be obtained of its solidity when it is remembered or understood that several cubic miles of air under ordinarjT pressure are forced into a cylinder the size of Washingtons monument It is as solid as stone Air by compression gives oft its acquired and latent heat The heat situated in the column of the tornado produces twe distinct effects It converts the moisture wrung from the atmospheric column intc steam and throws off vast quantities oi heat this in conjunction with the electrical phenomena developed by friction has led many to suppose that the tornado was caused by electricity whereas electricity is only the eflect When the pres- Â¬ sure is removed and the air in the col- Â¬ umn is allowed to expand what hap- Â¬ pens Each molecule of air is hungry for its normal quantity of latent heat and on being released from pressure at once attacks its uncompressed neigh- Â¬ bor steals away and locks within itself part of its neighbors heat Refrigeration and condensation at once take place and the funnel shaped cloud is developed as the core in the crater of the tornado and violent rain and hail storms are bred In one sense the funnel shaped cloud does not pre sage tne storm 1 he tornado is in active operation before the funnel shaped cloud is manifest This cloud is harmless and is only the evidence of the unseen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kept Warm Stove is derived from the Saxon stofa One of these sources of domestic infelicity- however modified its form is merely a fire place inclosed on all sides the air entering from below and carried oft as in a common grate by a veut The general principle is first to employ the fuel in the most advantageous man Â¬ ner for heating the external part of the Stove and secondly to keep within tho room as much of the air so warmed as i3 consistent with wholesomeness and cleanliness A fixed stove stuba was used in the time of the Roman Empire for heating baths and in Germany and Scandanavia for baths and hot houses In the mid- Â¬ dle ages they were generally construct- Â¬ ed of brick br tiles sometimes of slate and used for or steatite soapstono warming dwellings Thoy wrnhtie structures sometimes occupying the whole side of a room and in Scandi Â¬ navia their broad flat surface was the sleeping place of Jhe household The fire was kindled at the bottom and tlic heat and smoke pased through various flues before reaching the chimney These stoves were economical ofrfuel a matter of much importance in some parts of Europe In the homes of the rich they were sometimes faed with porcelain or highly ornamented tiles Many will remember no doubt a por- Â¬ celain stove of this description exhibited in the Swedish department at the Cen Â¬ tennial Exposition in 187G They have ovens and flues for cooking and need to be replenished with fuel but once in -- in the second line That Oh thats a 7- Spose I ever spent serai dollars with a taillike that to it If youre go- Â¬ ing to make figures why don t you make figures What dye want to make a pic- Â¬ ture of a prize light in a columu of ac- Â¬ counts for What is this elephant doing -- Thats your account this No no I mean this marine sketch DANGEROUS JOURNEY here endyke dubiously can tell by adding it up What are you going to add up Dya count in this corner lot and that rose- Â¬ bush and this pair of suspenders Dve add them in Thats a 7 and thats a o and the last is an 8 The come out all right and during the last month 3011 have spent more than I and the joint account to-Â¬ I think thats 2 replied Mrs Spoop May be its a 4 I gether Havent cither When did I spend this broken down gunboat That aint a boat Its 42 for yom It aint a tramp Its S50 cash you took and I dont know what you spent it for Look at my account now Whats that man pulling a gig for Its nothing of the sort That- aint You see Ive a gig its 1 for wiggin only pent 2 in a month and youve - 11 vlwr rliil 41VJA UiVl Veinuntrauiufi3tJn A T kriJVaAVS ermrwl l 1lnP Ullil off a rock spent 8184 -- joint account You cant tell by this what Ive done growled Mr Spoopendyke Whats the rat trap doing in tho One of the first attempts at making a stove of iron was that of Cardinal Polignac in France early in the eigh- Â¬ twenty four hours Thats fifteen cents for fruit when you were sick And this measly looking old heri what has she got to tlo with it Thats no hen Thats a 2 It means mended What have 3011 charged me with this old graveyard for Thats fifteen cents for sleeve elastics The fifteen aint plain but thats what How do you make out I have spent Wheres the vouchers Show me the vouchers I dont know what you mean said Mrs Spoopendyke but you spent all I put down Havent done anything of the sort Show me some vouchers Your ac-Â¬ counts are all humbug You dont know how to keep an account Yes I do pleaded Mrs Spoopen- Â¬ dyke and I think its all riht- No you dont What do vou mean bv getting up engravings of a second- so much teenth century cession of cloudy days Xow why the HAZEL CREEN KY AD ACCOUCHEUR Tenders his professional services U the peo pe of Wolfe and adjoining counties Oific at residence on Hazel Green Heijrbts HOTELS DLlT BIOTJSE HAZEL GREEN KY DSCODSEY Proprietor tatisf action guaranteed Patron age 1s respectful Iy solicited frons everybody more especially the traveling public JFlrstrdass accommodations jina low it- The path of the tornado proper is very narrow and no work of man above ground has been found able to with- Â¬ stand the force of that whirling meteoric club within its narrow limits The great bulk of the damage along its track is caused by the inrush of air to the terrible vortex and strange as it may appearmostof this damage is caused by explosion It is Natures eftbrt to restore and preserve the atmospheric With this rushing colequilibrium umn there goes a vaccuni moving with commensurate velocity toward this vacuum all the air in the neighbor- Â¬ hood moves If it be confined in a The safety house the house explodes of buildings near the track of the tor- Â¬ nado is to have all the windows and doors away from the approaching storm open There are many phenomena that can only be explained by this rush of air to the moving vacuum and which are There is no otherwise inexplicable fact better attested than the one of chickens and other fowls being plucked clean of feathers during the passagp of simple and obvious a tornado wonder wbrking destructive meteor be- Â¬ The reason is perfectly The quill of each XMIfcA JOHN H HAZEL GREEN KY TT HOUSE with PIERMT Proprietor the fcestia the market and firt ciass accommodatioi trill be furnished for man and beast jarTbe table is supnlie morgan house WEST LIBERTY KY feather contains air This air in its movement to the vacuum carries the feather with it While some of the freaks and works of tornadoes are of the most fantastic nature I have seen and heard of n one that can not be explained on the theory of the solidity of the moving column and the action of the law of gravity with the added element of elec tricitycaused by frietion Daniel Ber- Â¬ ry in Si Louis Republican AN A places so called were constructed with hollow backs hearths and iron jambs to economize heat In 1716 Dr Desau gliers of London modified these fire Â¬ places to use them for coal instead of wood But neither these nor the Hol Â¬ land stoves ever became popular in En Â¬ gland owing to the strong prejudice in favor of open fires Dr Franklins stove invented in 1745 was a great improvement on all that had preceded it The principle of its action was the same as that of the air- Â¬ tight stoves introduced many years later Indeed it would have been air- Â¬ tight had it been possible at that time to make the castings sufficiently close-fittin- g About 177o Franklin invented several other stoves among them two for the burning of bituminous coal One of these had a downward draught and consumed its own smoke the other had the basket grate or cage with movable bars at the top and bottom which after being filled and kindled at the top eould be inverted and so made to burn at the base Between 1785 and 1795 Benjamin Thompson Count Kumford deviled several improvements in stoves ovens etc all intended to economize fuel and heat Previous to 1825 the use of stoves generally of the box pattern and of very rude construction was confined to stores hotel bar rooms school houses and churches in the cities and larger towns Country churches were not usually warmed but the older women carried their foot stove and the men protected their feet with stout leather overshoes known as boxes In the residences of some of the more wealth city families cannel and otjier English coal generally referred to at the time as was burned in imported sea coal grates or in Kumford stoves lined with nre oricK a targe numoer useu tne Franklin stove as an open fireplace burning wood in it The rest of the world iited the capacious old fashioned fireplace The cheapness of fuel the cheerfulness of an open fireplace and the great weight and rough construction of the stoves of those days made the latter in but little demand After the opening of the Erie and Champlain canals the introduction of river steam Â¬ boats and the beginning of railroad travel the facilities for transporting heavy goods were so much increased that the manufacture of stoves soon be- Â¬ came a leading industry These were wood stoves but anthracite coal which was gradually coming into use when- Â¬ ever a high degree of heat was required and a strong draught possible was destined to create a revolution in the business The first attempts were failures and it was not until 1833 when Jordon L The Polignac fire- Â¬ it is hand furniture store and claiming that its my account You are a great book keeper 3ou are All you want is a sign hung between 3011 ami the other side of the street to be a commercial college V going to fill you up with benches and start a night school Give me my pen f If ever I fail in business Im ning up the columns Two twos four And eight twelve and four sixteen and carry one to the next and three is four Here this is wrong Youve got an eighteen for twenty here Eh jerked out Mrs Spoopendyke Thats it 204 not 184 I knew And Mr SpoopemVyke commenced run Â¬ you couldnt keep accounts You cant even add up That makes jour account even bigÂ¬ replied Mrs Spoopendyke I ger didnt think it was so much Slam went the book across tho room followed by the pen and the ink would have gone too but Mrs Spoopendke cautiously placed it out of harms way Dod gast it howled Mr Spoopen- Â¬ dyke as he tore oft his clothes and pre- Â¬ pared for bed You aint fit to have a pen and ink Next time I want accounts kept Ill keep em chained up in tho yard and Uon t vou go near em you hear me replied Mrs Spoopen- Â¬ Yes dear dyke as she slipped the obnoxious book into the drawer Toledo Blade OVERFEEDING Stock Exhibitions In connection with shows of breeding stock as they are now conducted there is one crying evil which seems tous to demand the serious and immediate at-Â¬ tention of all concerned The overfeed- Â¬ ing of breeding stock or of stock in- Â¬ tended for breeding purposes is a ruin- Â¬ ous practice pregnant with disastrous influences and unfortunately it is pur- Â¬ sued extensively with animals exhibited at our breeding shows In connection with the important annual meetings which they conduct there is no suggestÂ¬ ed reform which calls so urgently for immediate attention as that which is the subject of our remarks It has sometimes been averred that high feed- Â¬ ing is inseparable from showing that as long as breeding stock are brought into public competition overfeeding will be pursued There is no reason wh the ease should be viewed in this light The disorder is not incurable It unfortunately has obtained a strong hold on the show system and mild measures would not be sufficient to re- Â¬ move it An effectual remedy how- Â¬ ever is at hand and all that is re- Â¬ judicious and quired is prompt Disqualifica- Â¬ persistent application is the only cure- - If a rule pro- Â¬ tion viding for this were introduced by all societies and rightly enforced the over- Â¬ feeding of breeding animals would very soon become a thing of the past As to Ex- Â¬ this there is no reason for doubt hibitors pursue high feeding because they have found that it has increased their chances of gaining show yard dis- tmenon Unange tne snowing system so as to make high feeding a certain bar to show yard success ana no exhibitor would be so blind to his own interest as w Breeding Stock in Connection With Live A Wall Street Mans Wandering Among They ju2 making the nw styles Fierce African Tribes collars so high that before long yoan Mr W Montagu Kerr a New Yorker men will have to stand on tip toes to sse and a menibei of the Stock Exchange any thing at all XL F Graphic The base ball mans went to South Africaiearly two years forth to be not over 2000 We fear ago for his healths He is an English Â¬ with common school educa- Â¬ only man less than thirty 3ears of age be-Â¬ tions men be obtained for this sum can came a member of the Stock Exchange BOSlOn JP0t rnm in 18 82 is a lover of hunting and ex-Â¬ - According to a coireponiiem the pected to find great sport in the gama i Princess Louise of England writes very This is encouraging We regions of South Africa His achieve- Â¬ well she reads too After a while we ay ments however have been rather those as well of an explorer than of a sportsman Ho expect to find Princesses almost Inter educated asptherjeople Chicago J-has made an extensive trip northward to Ocean Central Africa during which he jourÂ¬ The United States has aearlyjthree neyed among tribes notorious for thdir times as many doctors as England and power and fierceness who have seldom nearly four times aa many a France in been visited by white men He eniploed proportion to the population Does a lot of blacks as portcrsand attendants this rednudancy of doctors ia the Uaifc and first made his way north to Mata ed States acconat for the small propor Â¬ buleland which is inhabited by Zulus tion of the population BostoiTran who left their country in a body many scripL years ago drove the inhabitants out of At a social gathering on Austin MatabeTeland and have since been the wno is Hostetter terror of the surrounding tribes Within avenuewdg said Mcbmms Esraereld great to Miss the past three yearA few Roman Cath- olic missionaries haveTdeniicrmirted Longcoffint You would not believer Ive by Lobengula their powerful cliilfto Miss Esmerelda what conquests tvooH made among the fair sjx xou settle in the country and they are tho nofeliee U I dont replied Miss only white men there Esmerelda- - TbrASifiings Mr Kerr found Lobengula to be inÂ¬ Humanity owetsWst one little tellectually far above his pvople who ilpnt of oratitnda to Emu hold him in great awe Last summer poor he used to catch English after Mr Kerr left Matabeleland Lo he was Now aay sparrows and eat them bengula took his six thousand warriors man who will come to America and eat on the war path again Their fear of English sparrows can secure steady em Â¬ this savage chief was one of the reasons ployment at good wages and will be that induced the chiefs of Bechuanaland liailed beneiactor JrooiJ further west a few mouths ago to ac- Â¬ Eayle as a public cept tho proffered British protectorate Oh Mine Zuchetti let Hostess Mr Kerr went on toward the Zam- Â¬ me introduce my friend Maor Ender besi traveling far east of the routa usually followed by white travelers Ho by He is most anxious to know you found a great deal of game and had The Major Believe me madamethis much sport though he was among is an honor I have long looked forward tribes who were little acquainted with to I remember listening with rapture was mere white men and it was uncertain from to your Marguerite whea Iwith aMme His acquaintance boy ilay to day how the next tribe would re- Â¬ One night he learned from Zuchetti never got any further Fact ceive him My dear fellow says an lndiaia a woman that on the following night Sheriff to his prisoner I must apolo Â¬ his entire party was to be killed He gize to you for the sanitary conditka oi struck camp and made a forced march Two or three times his this jail Several of the prisoners are of forty miles porters deserted him and he had to ob- - down with the measles but I assure -yon Oh no- ex- Â¬ tain a new supply from friendly tribes that It is not my fault- It was He Crossed the Zambesi and pushed cuses replies the prisoner ouc as soqav a north through a country that had not my intention to break Nl T Sun previously been visited by a white man possible any way Athletic Note There v a man on At last he came to the territory of f he famous Mangones on the great plateau our street afflicted with a bad case of the disease remarkedEbe west of Lake Nyassa This tribe whom Livingstone and sev Â¬ nezer Jones to a voung physician of hw said the Impossible eral other explorers described have acquaintance never heard of a Hu Â¬ doctor I desolated a large part of East Africa young Bit They like the Matabeles arc emigrants man being taking that disease What are from Zululand travel several he has it undoubtedly They Why he thinks he hundreds of miles 011 slave raids and the symptoms cattle stealing expeditions Many moun- Â¬ is a champion pedestrian and he la al Â¬ tains east of Nj assa are dotted with the ways talking about IVFittebitrgh huts of natives who have left tho val Â¬ Chronicle leys to escape the Mangone raids Mr Important Information A profes Â¬ Kerr confirms what has been reported sor at the University of Texas was ex Â¬ about the revival of the slave trade on plaining some of the habits and cus-Â¬ the east coast He says it was no un Â¬ toms of the ancient Greeks to his class common sight to see in the Mangone vil Â¬ -- The ancient Greeks built no roof over said the professor lages slave gangs sitting in yokes ready their theaters for the completion of the caravan with did the ancient Greeks do when What which they were to proceed to the it rained asked Johnny Fizzletop coast They had been bought by Arab The professor took off his spectacles dealers from the Mangones polished tliem withhis handkerchief amt They got wet I sup- Â¬ Mr Kerr then went east to the foot of replied calmly I Lake Nyassa where he saw the ruins of pose Texas Siflinqs Livingstonia the pretty mission town which was so unhealthful that it was de-Â¬ THE JUDGE CAVED serted two years ago by the mission Â¬ aries who are now prospering at Ban An Experience With a Colored Repreea tlve of the Law dawe a salubrious place 100 miles As we rode out from a town in MisÂ¬ further north Here Mr Kerrs last lot of porters deserted him and left him sissippi to vjew a plantation a commer- Â¬ with little food and no means of getting cial traveler for a New York house exÂ¬ He was reduced to great assistance desire to go along He pro- Â¬ straits when sixteen days after hu pressed a reached the lake the little missionary cured a horse and joined the party and steamboat that plii3 on Lake Nvassa his company was welcomed- - A mile arrived with M Giraud the French ex-Â¬ and a half from town we came to a no-Â¬ plorer who was homeward bound Mr tice posted on a board and everybody Kerr joined the young ensign They stopped to read it It was a notice of had splendid sport floating down tho sale and the colored man who Shire River to the sea such big game as Sheriffs up was still on the ground tacked it elephants buftalocs hippopotami and The notice wa3 badly written and worse main kinds of antelopes falling to their spelledr and the drummer laughed long rifles loud over caf for calf det for From Qitillimane Mr Kerr returned and and sheruf for Sharifi debt to Cape Town In all his wanderings dat notis asked lasting over a year he did not have a the Whats wrongwidvery edgy voice colored man in a t touch of fever until he reached Quilli for anything1 was Its too funny one hatl bettjer go to mane one of the most unhealthful spots the replv Some on the East Coast choolr Mr Kerr brought with him gold dust Dabs me sah Im a Constable an and gold bearing quartz from the region I writ dat off south of the Zambesi where the Portu-Â¬ Oh you did Well I hope the -f guese mined extensively two centuries will be sold He also found coal of good qualÂ¬ ago Yes sah- - You come along widme ity north of Zambesi 2T Y Sun -- salarrei 4 1 2aa 11 4 trst -r -- J l 2Tcifim foot-and-mo- uth m - c-a- sah Mott demonstrated that an anthracite fire could be made from nut and pea sized coals and established several other facts concerning the laws of combus- Â¬ tion that anthracite coal stoves became saleable AWFUL CALAMITY I The first cooking stoves man- Â¬ JAMES COLE Proprietor Patronage of the traveling public is ra cpectfully solicited Table always suppled trith the best in the market Stable attached AhHLANO HOUSE NEAR POST OFFICE lEXINGTON EBSI GLiSS - KEXTDCKH E1IESR EiSQNAILE Bemoans the Loss ot His Better Half An old negro with an air of utter de- Â¬ jection sat on a bench in front of a cabin Some one seeing that he must be miserable stopped and said You do not seem to be enjoying yourself old man De time fur my joy- No honey iplews Old Negro ufactured in Albany were of the old tin plate oval pattern the oven above the fire A description of the inventions and improvements in stoves since then would fill volumes It is doubtful nevertheless if any of them can com- Â¬ pare in cheerfulness or in healthfullness with the old fashioned capacious wood fire places of our grand daddies Bos Ion Globe llieuL is uuu uurct SPOOPENDYKE Straightening Up Accounts One of the Last That Stanley Huntley Ever Wrote Now my dear said Mr Spoopen- Â¬ dyke if you will bring me the pen and ink Ill look over your accounts and straighten em out for you I think your idea of keeping an account of the daily expenses is the best that you ever did Its business like and I want to encourage you in it Heres the ink said Mrs Spoopen- Â¬ dyke growing radiant at the compli- Â¬ ment I had the pen day before yes-Â¬ terday Let me think And she dove into her work basket and then glanced nervously under the bureau Well do you suppose Im going to split my finger and write with that de- Â¬ manded Mr Spoopendyke Wheres the pen I want the pen I put it somewhere said Mrs Spoopendyke Ah here I have it she continued I put Now you see what money you spent down here and this is the joint account You know asked Mr Spoopen- Whats this B E BOSWELL S SOSS Frprietrti CAMP TON HOUSE CAMPION KY ALEX J ASBURY Prtprietor -- The table i applied witt the faoicesti are rea tads in the market and the eiarp6nSnercia toeable Special inducements to X tourist Thankee sah A man loses a good friend when wife dies Dat he do honey dat he do I foun dat out ter my sor let me yer an now my good days is What is the matter Wife dun dead honey I am very sorry to hear that and 1 assure vou that you have my sympathy Â¬ his has 1 tell all insure Your Property TS THE OJLD gone What wa the matter with your IT I dunno honey She tuck sick one It night an she died de na xt ebenin wuz er awful blow on me fur dat om iBsnraice an wuz earnin fifteen dollars ebery muni It wuz awful hard fur ter de OF HAK3T0KD COKT jes arter de white folks had raised he wages Peared like long ez she wueked Ik Reliabl Indeaaakj 3ff Wicb eal Ciieap iHiwiraaf fur twelve dollars er munf she kep her helt but de fifteen dollars peared likj s Time Tried and Fire Tested wus too much fur her Yas sah sle T7hen the whirl is onee established wuz snatched off at de berry time whm 1 Sfi CEXATBSZ THE BEST the tornado moves toward the point of she wuz de most use ter me I doan least resistance CASH CAPITAL know whuts goiu ter come o me Ill In this section during the cyclonic hab ter go ter wuck Pe afcserd- at XJEBXDON Aeiart Traveler period from the 1st of Jrho to the iiyke KEUABI S wife fieiii Coiro in a -4- r-tensau to continue the costly and destructive custom Exhibitors are well aware- of the harm high feeding is calculated to inuict upon breedinp- animals but Sr they have feft that to attempt to gam disttuction in show 3ards witn lean am- mals would be penectly useless The fault lies entirely with our show system It has hitherto leen conducted so as to encourage high feeding It must now be altered so as not only to encourage natural feeding buteven so as to dis- courage or rather banish overfeeding Untilsocieties take the matter in hand and deal firmly with it in this way no improvement need be looked for Farmer Field and Slocktnan - 1 1 Yes sah I rest you sail What for Why She Didnt Waut Jler Iqver to See Contempt of court ssal Coma Much of Her Mother right along Sam Holbiy a wealthy young man WhiriJ has been paying marked attention to Befo de Justiss sah WelL msee 7 Mrs McGinns Miss Birdie McGinnis about dat caf The drummer was advised against re the mother of Birdie is an immensely Bimscif to stout woman A few evenings ago Mr sitance and finally permitted be taken before a colored Justice nearly Holbry was expected to call Just before two miIea fromthe spot-- The ConstaÂ¬ the hour appointed for his arrival Birdie ble hul picked up a colored man on the said to her mother wav who made and swore to a com Â¬ Mother dear will jou do me one plaint and the drummer was duly ar Â¬ favor raigned on the charge althougUthls What is it dear Honor seemed very uneasy about it You know that daughters always The Colonel acted as counsel for the grow up to resemble their mothers When the case Vas ready he prisoner Well my dear said Well now just look at yourself in Your Honor who is this courtta the glass You look as big as one of 1 is sah was the dignified reply You know you these water tanks Has this man 3hown any contemnt weigh one hundred and sixty nine for vou pounds No sah Well what is it my daughter lor coa- TlB Please stay in your room Dont tempt of court let Mr Holbry see you I dont want The old man scratched his head him to see much of you I opened 3 lawbook wroeg s4auprand Why so my daughter dually replied Because ma Ive nearly got him J6 nnsoner am uicaaxjscu oaiixt He Is a little skittish but TH coralled iev to p3v one dollar costs tvrtj w zrr have him roped in pretty soon but if he u no ia uKvuaiicu uc ii Ot should see yon he will thins tnatiiiDe h 5 out vhere do voir get the nnocence as big as you some of these days and j riht to put costs dntohim aslwltkr uc wjiLmy uwivHw ouxc I tell jw r0onei lust wait until we are married and then Why m m Jaw Where do I VOU can come ami ne wmi us uu book Sont scare hirn off justat this crisis Which one yti n Texas Siflings De oneat home- wsa I take exceptions yow Hoikjcshw I threw my love to him and it hath gone astrav sings Lillie Drake in an shall carry this case to the Sreme w tsrVltheCbosei- exchange Let LTllie be comforted by Umpirt DC alvees De the reflection that a woman never could prisoner am dsckargedxfwtja fKt of throw anything straight Chicago Jour- Â¬ one dollar an de Kaniatam Siied nal a ia4te IfamU two dollars for iaak If you can not convince others by an getting dis comtsul twis JMrit reason it is a losing game to hunt up a hard knoc afore white folks t Free JPrew club for the purpoe A CONSIDERATE DAUGHTER With you -- - i 1 i 1 wwyvhim irx-Kr-i-vr- - - m -- mr